|Virginia Creeper is a
of the Grape Family.
It is a creeping vine with tendrils that often fully cover rocks or
trees. It has
dark green leaves with toothed margins which grow in groups of 5 - 7
leaflets, each of which grows to 4 inches in
length. The plant typically grows
in canyons and along roadsides at elevations between
The leaves of the
Virginia Creeper turn red in the Autumn.
Virginia Creeper typically blooms
between May - September and produces inconspicuous tiny green flowers
which grow in clusters, followed by bunches of small, dark purple