|Parthenocissus henryana or Silvervein Creeper is a deciduous vine with brilliant fall color, beautiful against brick. The 2 1/2 inch leaves are purplish when young, maturing to bronzy green with silver veining for the summer, culminating in an intense red fall show. Less aggressive than other species, the colors are best with some shade. The flowers are inconspicuous. Although beautiful against a wall, think carefully before planting on shingles, as the suckers creep under them and are very hard to remove.