Palmated, dark green leaves, smaller than those of the Quinquefolia, turning red in fall. Black fruits in September-October, non-edible. Fast growing only after the second year. Very resistant to pollution and hard conditions. Used on fences, trellises, pergolas. Plant every 2m. Trim regularly to limit expansion.
Palmate leaves, very colourful, with yellow, white and green, turning pink to red in fall. Blackish blue fruits appear in September-October, non-edible. Fast growing after the second year. Very resistant to pollution and de-icing salt. Use on trellises, walls, fences and as a creeper. Prune regularly to control expansion.
RED WALL is a cultivar that is noted for producing quality foliage from spring to fall. Foliage opens with bronze tones in early spring, matures to solid dark green lasting from late spring through summer, and finally turns an extremely showy fire-engine red in fall. Although the fall fruits are not particularly showy, the birds love them and continue to feed on them in winter.
Parthenocissus quinquefolia 'Yellow Wall' is similar to Parthenocissus 'Red Wall' but with gorgeous golden-yellow autumn colour. Very useful for covering a large wall, fence or old tree, Parthenocissus quinquefolia 'Yellow Wall' is very resistant to pollution and de-icing salts.
Palmated leaves, lustrous dark green, larger than that of the Engelman, turning purple red in fall. Black-blue fruits in September-October, non-edible. Fast growing in the second year following the plantation. Very resistant to pollution and de-icing salt. Use on fences, trellises, walls or as a creeper. Trim regularly to limit expansion.
Similar to the Parthenocissus 'Veitchi' variety, with a larger leaf, dark green, lustrous, turning orange-red in fall. Fast growing after the 2nd years. Good for southern exposure walls sheltered from winter winds. Prune regularly to control expension."
The most popular climbing vine to cover house walls with lustrous green foliage, turning coppery-red in fall. Very fast growing after the 2nd year. Good for southern exposure walls sheltered from winter winds. Plant every 2m. Trim regularly to limit expansion."
"Climbing or creeping vine; fast growing, up to 5 m in one season. Bronze-red foliage when newly sprouted becoming, bright green later. Panicles of white flowers whith pink hues; fragrant from july to september. Tolarate dry soils. Used on treillis, pergolas, archways. Winter protection needed."
Schisandra chinensis is a valuable climber native to China, Korea and Mongolia, grown for ornamental and medicinal purposes as well as for consumption. It has handsome elliptic or oval deep green leaves with red petioles. The fruits ripen from mid August to mid September and are bright red berries gathered in grape-like clusters.
Lustrous green foliage, much used in mediterranean cooking. Small blue-black fruits; sweetly acid, used to make wine or jellies. Ultra fast growing. Invasive plant. Excellent for fences, posts, almost indestructible.