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)
NOTE: the French text is more complete and up-to-date

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 (2021) 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.