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Boston Ivy.  Virginia Creeper will give you the same result if you can't find Boston Ivy.  Although they are usually offered in the same department at most larger nurseries.

Another pinner commented: Boston Ivy. Virginia Creeper will give you the same result if you can't find Boston Ivy. Although they are usually offered in the same department at most larger nurseries.

Creeping Fig Vine. Might be good outside the kitchen splash back window for greenery. Or boston ivy?

My current most favorite climbing vine is Creeping Fig Vine . We have it planted on a wall in our courtyard, and it has almost completely co.

Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus tricuspidata) ready to turn these white walls green.

Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus tricuspidata) ready to turn these white walls green. Excellent vine for covering a shed, etc as it has adventitious roots (like boston ivy or creeping fig) and can attach itself directly to the surface.

Boston Ivy Vine Parthenocissus tricuspidata (Japanese Creeper)

The Boston Ivy Vine or Japanese Creeper, a self-clinging climber, covers extensive areas quickly.

Credit: Alamy Parthenocissus tricuspidata Boston ivy (above) clings by pads on the tips of its tendrils. The variety ‘Lowii’ is a cut above the usual form of Boston ivy, with slightly crisped, green leaves in spring and summer, turning rich crimson and orange in autumn. Height 4m-plus. Grow it Best on trunks of tall trees, or tall walls, in any reasonable soil. Perryhill Nurseries

Can't face faffing around with trellis or wires? Here are the kings of the clingers to cover walls, fences and tree trunks

Parthenocissus tricuspidata “Veitchii”, the Boston Ivy or Japanese creeper - Leaves are trilobal with toothed margin, They are light green in spring, bright green in summer and turn purple-red in autumn. http://www.vivaiguagno.com/en/trees-grow-plants/parthenocissus-tricuspidata-veitchii/

Parthenocissus tricuspidata “Veitchii”, the Boston Ivy or Japanese creeper - Leaves are light green in spring, bright green in summer and turn purple-red in autumn. Growing up, these were on our fence. I remember that the little berries changed color too.

Credit: Alamy Parthenocissus tricuspidata Boston ivy (above) clings by pads on the tips of its tendrils. The variety ‘Lowii’ is a cut above the usual form of Boston ivy, with slightly crisped, green leaves in spring and summer, turning rich crimson and orange in autumn. Height 4m-plus. Grow it Best on trunks of tall trees, or tall walls, in any reasonable soil. Perryhill Nurseries

Credit: Alamy Parthenocissus tricuspidata Boston ivy (above) clings by pads on the tips of its tendrils. The varie.