|Parthenocissus quinquefolia or Virginia Creeper is a well known native of the eastern U.S. It is a vigorous, fast growing vine that will easily scale to 50 feet, growing up the sides of buildings, on trees, or fences. The large leaves are divided into 5 leaflets with jagged edges, and turn dull to bright red in the fall. Can be grown on slopes for erosion control. The inconspicuous greenish-yellow flowers are hidden beneath the leaves, bloom in early to mid summer, and produce a small blackish berry that may be noticed once the leaves start to fall.