Fast-growing native with sunny-hot fall color!We know – Virginia Creeper sounds like the name of a Scooby Doo villain. “I would have gotten away with it, too, if it hadn’t been for those meddling kids!” But, trust us, this vine isn’t a bad guy.Yellow Wall Virginia Creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia ‘Yellow Wall’) is actually a really great garden plant. This beautiful native vine grows super-fast and can cover a fence or wall in a season or two. An almost perfect plant for the gardening novice, Yellow Wall grows in almost any soil and any garden condition. It grows in full sun or shade, in good soil and bad. It climbs by sticky-padded tendrils and grows on almost any surface without boring in and damaging them. (You will want to choose your growing site carefully, though. It will quickly cover an area 30 feet tall and 10 feet wide! It prunes easily and is very forgiving, though, so don’t be shy.)The green leaves turn lemon yellow in the fall and are so thick that you will truly have a “yellow wall” of foliage each year. It is deciduous, so the leaves drop in winter, but it grows bunches of dark blue berries that will stay on through the cold months and are a treat for birds. In the spring the leaves return in full force.This is an easy plant to grow and care for and will make you look like a pro! Order a few Yellow Wall Virginia Creepers from us today! Try it with Red Wall Virginia Creeper for a double treat!* Strong-growing native * Striking yellow fall foliage * Purple berries in the fall/winter * Birds love it.
The Yellow Trumpet Creeper, Campsis radicans ‘Flava’, is a rapid growing, clinging vine that produces yellow trumpet shaped flowers in the summer months; is a favorite for attracting hummingbirds, bees and butterflies in summer.Trumpet Creepers flower best in a full sun location and it is a tough vine for hot and dry sites. The invasive nature of this plant makes it hard to get rid of, but it is also very hardy; they are self seeding which produces suckers making them sometimes aggressive growing vines.The abundant sprays of trumpet-shaped yellow flowers cover this deciduous vine for an extra long bloom season. The rapid growth makes training easy, and therefore, it is excellent for covering fences or arbors. The ‘Flava’ cultivar is considered by many to be the superior of the species.Use Yellow Trumpet Creeper for screens for patios or cover for fences, walls, and arbors.* Clinging vine* Rapid grower* Yellow flowers.
Fast-growing native will cover a wall in no time! The fence always bothered us. We had to see it every day outside of the window. Industrial chain link. Gray. Utilitarian. Necessary. There was no way round it. Pretty things, like climbing roses, didn’t seem right. They were too nice for this ugly fence. Then one day a plantsman suggested Virginia Creeper…Red Wall (Parthenocissus quinquefolia ‘Troki’) to be exact. Life changing advice.Do you have an eyesore you want to cover? We’d like to recommend Red Wall to you, too.Virginia Creeper is a beautiful native vine that grows super-fast and healthy in almost any soil and any garden condition. You can find it in the wild in the dappled light of the forest or scrambling on a dilapidated fence along the roadside in full sun. It will quickly cover an area 30 feet tall and 10 feet wide, so give it plenty of room to grow. (Because it climbs by sticky tendrils, you’ll want to choose your location wisely. Red Wall can engulf a house or a tree before you know it and can be a challenge to remove!)The bright green leaves turn fire-engine red in the fall and are so thick that you will truly have a “red wall” of foliage each year. The leaves drop in winter, but the dark blue berries remain and are a treat for wildlife into spring when the leaves return in full force.This is an easy plant to grow and care for, so don’t stay frustrated with your eyesore. Order a few Red Wall Virginia Creeper from us today and cover it up by next year! Try it with Yellow Wall Virginia Creeper for a fresh fall look!* Strong-growing native * Striking red fall foliage * Purple berries in the fall/winter * Wildlife love it.