Parthenocissus henryana

Botanical Name: Parthenocissus henryana

Phonetic: Par-then-O-Sis-us Hen-REE-ah-nuh

Common Name(s): Silvervein Creeper

Family: Vitaceae
Origin: China
Plant Type: Vine
Persistence: Deciduous

Leaf Type: Palmately divided, leaflets have coarsely toothed margins
Leaf Color: New growth is purplish-red, bronze-green above, purple below, mid-ribs and veins are silver in color
Fall color: Orange and red
Texture: Medium
Density: Medium
Bloom Season: Not significant
Flower Color(s): Insignificant

Exposure: Sun or shade
USDA: 6-9
Climate Zone(s): 7-9, 14-17
Growth Rate: Modest                                  
Height: 20-30 Feet
Spread: Spreading
Hydrozone: Medium
Soil: Loam soils with regular moisture,
Pest/Diseases: Unknown

Features: Highly attractive foliage, likes cool and moist winters
Uses: Accent, woodland garden plantings, walls

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