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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Parthenocissus-Virginia Creeper

Propagating Parthenocissus or Virginia Creeper is simple because it is self layering so just prune off a section that has rooted and transplant. Be aware do not plant around wood because it will raise havoc. Stone is fine. Unfortunately it does well in any type of soil , better if moist, either sun or shade and it is deciduous. Its white flowers are inconspicious in late summer which form blue berries in the fall that birds enjoy and use the plant as shelter. Its leaves turn red in the fall.

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