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Parthenocissus henryana

The five lobed leaves are green and bronze beautifully veined in silver until Autumn when they become many shades of fiery red. often produces large bunches of small blue black grapes. The best leaf colours are produced in shaded places. It self clings by using tendrils with adhesive suckers on the ends. Pathenocissus henryana is the most colourful of the "Viginia Creepers"

First discovered by August Henry in central China 1885 but not introduced until 1900 by Ernest Wilson it received an A.M. in 1906 and A.G.M. in 1936

Parthenocissus henryana

Parthenocissus henryana in autumn and below

Parthenocissus henryana in summer

Parthenocissus henryana



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