Posted on December 28, 2020
This is a Parthenocissus Inserta or False Virginia Creeper, thicket creeper, grape woodbine or just woodbine. It doesn’t have the hairy stems like a true Virginia Creeper and its leaf edges are smoother. They like to peak out from the fence. ~Vic
Flower for the Day
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Here we call it Wood Ivy…I love how it turns red in the fall.
It’s gorgeous but, I’m not touching it. 😳😬
It sure is invasive
Yes, it is. Reminds me of Kudzu at times. At least Kudzu doesn’t have poisonous berries or make you itch.
that is an awesome picture with it against that grain of wood
That was taken in my side yard. They are all over the fence.
The color contrast is awesome
I thought so, too. When I saw it, framed that way, I grabbed my phone. I’ve loved photography since I was a ‘tween. I nearly wore out a Kodak Instamatic that my paternal GM gave when I was 12 (I’m probably repeating myself, here, so…).
Repeat away…I do it also all of the time. You got a great pic there.
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