Photos of Parthenocissus-quinquefolia-~-virginia-creeper

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Parthenocissus quinquefolia ~ virginia creeper

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  • FAC

  • Michigan C Value: 5

  • leaves typical 5

  • can be 6–7

  • palmately compound

  • purple grapes

  • climbs from branched roots with flat sucking disc on end

  • non–shining leaf, hairy and dull

  • has aerial roots

  • some of leaves on climbing shoots can be trifoliate and confused w/ poison ivy

  • more common in river bottoms than P. inserta

  • more of a forest plant than P. inserta

  • native

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