Virginia creeper
LATIN: Parthenocissus inserta (A.Kern.) Fritsch

Virginia creeper
Family : Vitaceae
Flowering Cévennes: 6 - 6 . Light: sunny. . Moisture: average
Sample Cévenol GPS : 44°19.06' N 3°36.73' E
Status: not under threat in this region
Habitat:

Vigne vierge vraie
Famille : Vitaceae
Floraison Cévennes : 6 - 6 . Lumière: ensoleillé. . . Humidité: moyen
Exemple Cévenol GPS : 44°19.06' N 3°36.73' E
Statut : pas menacé dans ce région
Habitat :
Vigne vierge vraie
Parthenocissus inserta
Virginia creeper
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(des sources variées, pas inclus dans Coste) :

Plante vivace rampante/grimpante, hauteur 5-10 M, vrilles <6 mm, se coller aux supports durs,
Écologie : .ripisylves
Répartition hors de France : Introduit dAmérique nord

Virginia creeper plant

(various sources, as not in Butcher)

Deciduous perennial woody climber that grows prolifically to 15m or more. It climbs by means of small branched twining tendrils which may have swollen ends.
Ecology UK: Introduced. Naturalised close to gardens, along river banks.
France:
Distribution outside France: ?


Carte (2018) grâce à Tela Botanica

Fleurs : inflorescences axillaires, grande

Flowers: Small greenish flowers in loosely branched clusters;
Flowering UK:

Feuilles : palmatifides, 5 folioles de longueur de 4-8 cm, obovale, dentées, rougissant en automne

Virginia creeper leaf

Leaves: stalked five-lobed, with toothed edges which turn crimson before falling in the autumn.

Fruit : baie noire, toxique aux mammals

Fruit: berries are hard, rounded, 5-7 mm and blue-black when ripe.