At first look, the Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) appears to be like like a easy vine, however like many different crops with spiky leaves, it is poisonous. It grows berries that would appear like blackberries to the untrained eye. Virginia creeper has a particular five-leaf construction that resembles poison oak, one other plant you need to keep away from.
Bloom Season: Begins in July, and extends into fall
USDA Rising Zone: 3 to 10
Rising Situations: Dappled solar, full solar, and partial shade
Soil Kind: Loamy, sandy, or clay soil with an acidic, alkaline, or impartial pH
Dimension: 30 to 50 toes tall and 5 to 10 toes vast