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Boston Ivy – Parthenocissus tricuspidata

Parthenocissus tricuspidata
Common Name:
Boston Ivy
Type:
SHRUBS
Zone 4-9
Height:
30-50'
Spread:
5-10'
Bloom:
June-July

Sun Needs:
Sun or Shade
Description:
Self clinging vine, blue-black berries, glossy green foliage is thick & waxy, orange to red in the fall, best fall color in sun.
Patent information:
Keywords:
Insignificant Flowers, Deciduous, Fall Color, Semi-evergreen, Thornless, Attractive to Birds, Deer Resistant, Cottage Garden, Eclectic Garden, Erosion Control, Formal Garden, Fruit (showy), Low Maintenance, Salt Tolerant, Vine, Well-Drained Soil, Clay Soil, Drought Tolerant, Normal Soil, Rocky Soil, Shallow Soil; 00003