woodbine - Vitaceae Parthenocissus vitacea

Foliage

woodbine Foliage

Bark

woodbine Bark

Bud

woodbine Bud

Twig

woodbine Twig

Fruit

woodbine Fruit

Form

woodbine Form
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Taxonomy

FamilyVitaceae
GenusParthenocissus
Speciesvitacea
Common Namewoodbine
iTree CodePAVI5

Plant Form

FormDeciduous vine
Height0 feet
Spread0 feet
DeciduousYes

Identification Description

FoliageLeaflets are lustrous green above and slightly pubescent and pale on the underside, turning red in the fall. The leaves are serrated and 5 - 12 cm longLeaf Type Information IconCompound - Palmate
Needles0
BarkStarts with lenticels and as it ages, peels into long strips
BudPointed, flat, single scaled.Bud Arrangement Information IconAlternate
TwigVine that is green in the growing season and turning red in the fall.
FlowerSmall greenish flowers that will diverge from perfect to unisex on different vines. Flowers consist of five stamens and single style and stamen, there are 10 - 60 flowers per inflorescence.
FruitThe fruit is a 9 -12 mm wide drupe, dark blue/black in appearance.
Fall Color

Site Characteristics

USDA Zones   info for zonespH LevelsSalt Tolerance
Min3aMin5.0SoilModerate
Max9aMax8.0SprayModerate

Shade ToleranceDrought ToleranceAllelopathy
TolerantHighUnknown

Species Status

Nebraska NativeYes Check
U.S. NativeYes Check
Region of OriginUnited States