Parthenocissus (Boston Ivy, Virginia Creeper, Woodbine

When given something to climb, these aggressive creepers will use their adhesive tendrils to climb heights up to 100 feet. Landscapers love these deciduous woody vines because they spread indefinitely.

They are widely grown as ornamental plants for climbing and covering buildings, which reduces cooling costs significantly in summer. Both of our varieties offer blazes of red in autumn and are superb at erosion control.

To learn more about each individual variety, click on their specific descriptions.

Other ivies:
  • Hedera algeriensis (Algerian Ivy)
  • Hedera colchica (Persian Ivy)
  • Hedera helix (English Ivy)

  • See photographs comparing average sizes of some bare roots and potted plants
    Parthenocissus quinquefolia {24 Pots - 3 1/2 in.}
    $136.08 for 1 pack of 24 plants ($5.67 per plant)
    (Virginia Creeper, Woodbine) Outstanding blazing red fall color and aloe-green foliage in summer, this woody vine densely covers ground or walls (climbs up to 100'). Quick, indefinite spreader. Mature prostrate height 6-8".
    In stock.
    Parthenocissus tricuspidata {24 Pots - 3 1/2 in.}
    $136.08 for 1 pack of 24 plants ($5.67 per plant)
    (Boston Ivy, Japanese/Grape Creeper) A sea of crimson in autumn, this woody vine spreads quickly and indefinitely to cover ground or walls. Mature prostrate height 6-8", can climb to 100'.
    In stock.