Parthenocissus quinquefolia (L.) Planch., Monogr. Phan. 5: 448 1887. (syn: Ampelopsis cirrhata hort.; Ampelopsis engelmanni Hort. ex Rehder; Ampelopsis hederacea (Ehrh.) DC.; Ampelopsis hederacea var. murorum Focke; Ampelopsis hirsuta Donn; Ampelopsis latifolia Tausch; Ampelopsis macrophylla Hort. ex Dippel; Ampelopsis major Hort. ex Vilmorin; Ampelopsis pubescens Schltdl.; Ampelopsis quinquefolia (L.) Michx.; Ampelopsis quinquefolia var. angustifolia Dippel; Ampelopsis roylei Hort. ex Dippel; Ampelopsis saint-paulii Hort. ex Rehder; Ampelopsis serrata Hort. ex Vilmorin; Ampelopsis virginiana Hort. ex Dippel; Cissus hederacea (Ehrh.) Pers.; Cissus hirsuta Steud.; Cissus pubescens (Schltdl.) Walp.; Cissus quinquefolia (L.) Desf.; Hedera carnosa W.Bartram; Hedera quinquefolia L.; Parthenocissus engelmannii Koehne & Graebn. ex Graebn.; Parthenocissus hederacea (Ehrh.) Druce; Parthenocissus hirsuta (Pursh) Graebn.; Parthenocissus pubescens (Schltdl.) Graebn.; Parthenocissus quinquefolia var. hirsuta (Pursh) Planch.; Parthenocissus quinquefolia var. murorum (Focke) Rehder; Parthenocissus quinquefolia var. saintpaulii (Koehne ex Graebn.) Rehder; Parthenocissus radicantissima Koehne & Graebn. ex Graebn.; Parthenocissus saint-paulii Koehne & Graebn. ex Graebn.; Psedera hirsuta Greene; Psedera quinquefolia (L.) Greene; Psedera quinquefolia var. murorum (Focke) Rehder; Quinaria hederacea (Ehrh.) Rafin.; Quinaria hirsuta (Pursh) Rafin.; Quinaria hirsuta (Pursh) Rafin.; Vitis hederacea Ehrh.; Vitis pubescens (Schltdl.) Miq.; Vitis quinquefolia (L.) Lam.);
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American-ivy, Five-leaf-ivy, Virginia-creeper, Woodbine;
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Parthenocissus quinquefolia from Kashmir, commonly grown on house walls and compound walls, differentiated by leaves with 5 leaflets. Photographed from Botanical Garden near Cheshmashahi on June 26, 2010.

Common names
English: American-ivy, Five-leaf-ivy, Virginia-creeper, Woodbine
French: Vigne vierge vraie
German: Gewöhnliche Jungfernrebe, Wilder Wein

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Parthenocissus quinquefolia : Vitaceae : Atlanta, Georgia : 22JAN19 : AK-48 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2)
Seen in Atlanta.
Common name Virginia Creeper.


yes. if you photographed it in fall, reddish tinge would be expected


This was seen earlier during my visit.
Not after the leaves started changing color.


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