Parthenocissus inserta and P. quinquefolia

Grows to 30 ' to 50' tall
Sun or shade
Any soil except wet
P. inserta
lacks suction disks on tendrils, so does not climb as high as P. quinquefolia
Flowers inconspicuous
Autumn foliage a rich crimson
Purple/blue berries ripen late August,
and are food for W arblers, Thrushes, Thrashers, Catbirds, and Woodpeckers

Berries toxic
Touching autumn leaves may cause skin rash