|Parthenocissus tricuspidata is a deciduous vine, native to China and Japan. In milder areas it behaves as a semi-evergreen. Extremely vigorous, outpacing even Virginia Creeper. The glossy 8 inch leaves are divided into 3 lobes or leaflets; in fall they turn a lovely burgundy. Grows very densely, forming a uniform covering over buildings, screens. 'Beverly Brooks' has purple-tinged summer foliage, turning bright red in the fall.