Parthenocissus tricuspidata (Siebold & Zucc.) Planch., Monogr. Phan. 5: 452 1887. (syn: Acer maximowiczianum subsp. megalocarpum (Rehder) A.E. Murray; Acer nikoense (Miq.) Maxim.; Ampelopsis haponica auct.; Ampelopsis minima auct.; Ampelopsis tricuspidata Siebold & Zucc.; Ampelopsis veitchii auct.; Cissus thunbergii Siebold & Zucc.; Cissus tricuspidata Siebold & Zucc.; Crula nikoense (Maxim.) Nieuwl.; Crula nikoensis Nieuwl.; Negundo nikoense Miq.; Parthenocissus thunbergii (Siebold & Zucc.) Nakai; Psedera thunbergii (Siebold & Zucc.) Nakai; Psedera tricuspidata (Siebold & Zucc.) Rehder; Vitis inconstans Miq.; Vitis taquetii H. Lév.; Vitis thunbergii (Siebold & Zucc.) Druce; Vitis tricuspidata (Siebold & Zucc.) Lynch);
creeper id Dalhousie al240711a: A creeper growing on a wall at a friends place
Altitude 2100 mts
Flowering season in June/ fruiting now
Yes Parthenocissus tricuspidata in autum they give a nice array of colour…. long back Nalini Ji posted an example from Germany
Yes…. Thus is boston ivby… very popular in the ne states… nice red color develops in the fall…
Creeper for ID : Srinagar : 201011 : AK-2: Creeper found at Mughal Garden Cheshmeshahi, Srinagar on the 10th of Sept,11.
There are lot of difference between a CREEPER and a CLIMBER.
Creeper is always grows horizontally and remains prostrate.
Climber climbs up…
This is a climber and it has tendrils too.
Some Fotos from our garden. (2009, Okt.). In fact the climber climbs up the wall of our neighbours garage but a lot of it peeps in our garden too.
Very Common in temperate climates. You may have missed but common in California also.
Climber for ID : Srinagar : : AK-1: A climber taken at Mughal Gardens, Srinagar on the 10th of Sept,11.
Younger twigs of Parthenocissus tricuspidata
Boston ivy for lay folks…
it develops many guises, in leaf structure and color as it ages, climbs further up and ages, and during autumn….
fun to watch…
Dalhousie Garden flowers id Al201211: Another flower from a friends garden…
Altitude 2100 mts
I think Parthenocissus tricuspidata (Siebold & Zucc.) Planch.
Yes Parthenocissus tricuspidata
Boston Ivy 🙂 would turn a nice red/brown with the chill in the air…
Yes …, that is when it is most beautiful
yes … it was looking very beautiful against the stone wall of the house it was climbing just a few days back when I was there.. (I should’ve taken another photograph..)