The decorative aspect of the leaves as well as the delicate Chasselas flavour.
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This virginia creeper is very rigourous and capable of covering a large surface. The five lobed shiny leaves take on colours in autumn varying from rosy-green to red-wine. This creeper uses its tendrils to attach to rough stone walls, arbours or wire-netting but cannot attach to walls with a smooth finish.
This decorative vine is a creeper well adapted, thanks to its suckers, to branching out. The three lobed leaves, shiny green in summer, become scarlet in autumn. This vine can cover large surfaces.
This variety, originally from Japan, is distinguished by it’s large leaves and its vigour, when planted in deep soil in a relatively humid environment. The bunches of grapes are small. Much used to provide shade in vine arbours.