Question of The Week 10/28/2017
Another great fall and winter prep question! Keep sending them our way.
Q: What do you need to do to Virginia creeper as fall/winter sets in?
A: Virginia creeper is an excellent carefree, but a somewhat invasive vine that works well on fences or areas you want to screen. Prune Virginia creeper in late winter while the plant is dormant. Remove dead or damaged vines.
During the growing season, trim as needed to keep a neat appearance.
Virgina Creep does produce berries. While birds are attracted to the berries, they may be dangerous if a child consumes them in quantity.
Get ready for fall and winter with any questions you have for us!