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  1. #11


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    Looks very pretty, but where I live, vines on actual building structures (not trellises or such) is discouraged, makes a good pathway for bugs (specifically, termites) to invade with.
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  2. #12


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    The leaves never turn this color red until we get a few nights colder than -7C / 19F. This is actually the best coloring I have seen in them in the past 4 years of growing them in the yard. I think the quick on-set of the cooler nights made the coloring more vibrant this year. In one day our overnight low went from 9C to -7C. After two nights of that, they turned color really quick.

    One of the benefits of our Canadian winters where I live is no termites. They just can winter it out through our -40C (and colder) winter nights in Jan/Feb.
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  3. #13


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    I'd never make it in that kind of cold weather, lol
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    29 Gallon: ... Journal

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  4. #14


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff View Post
    Thanks guys

    Sandz, the common name for this vine is Virginia Creeper. At least that is what everyone around here calls them. I'm not 100% sure of the scientific name, but I think it is Parthenocissus Quinquefolia


    Certainly looks like some kind of Parthenocissus. In the 1990s I commuted by train a lot past an old university hospital. Sprawling collection of earl 1900s buildings absolutely covered in the stuff. Looks superb in the fall!

    In about two-three weeks we'll have this again:

  5. #15

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    I hate sub 70 degree weather... idk what id do at that temp... probably turn redder than that creeper!

    I work at an office that stays 68 and i want to wear a blanket all day!

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