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Hacienda Creeper
HACIENDA CREEPER
Parthenocissus sp. 'Hacienda Creeper'

Hacienda Creeper does best in higher-elevation deserts such as Tucson, and performs best in mesic landscapes with ample water. Nonetheless, vines as ornamental plants in desert Southwest landscapes are generally hard to come by, so this vine gets a lot of attention from landscape architects in particular for use as a fence or wall cover. Striking purple to almost scarlet red new foliage in early spring and brilliant red fall and winter color further adds to the beauty of this vine.

GARDENING BASICS
Type: Vines
Hardiness: 20˚F
Water: Low/Medium
Sun Exposure: Full, Partial
GROWTH
Growth Rate: Moderate
Average Size: 15’ H × 10’ W
Coverage: 79 square feet
FOLIAGE
Foliage Type: Semi-evergreen
Foliage Color: Bright Green
FLOWERS & FRUITS
Flower Color: Inconspicuous
Flower Season: N/A
Fruit: Green to black drupes
MORE COMMENTS
Thorns: No
Allergies: Unknown
Generally a poor plant to mix in with other xeric plants because of textural and water use disparities. ESSENTIAL to plant in area where this plant will not receive western exposure.