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Parthenocissus himalayana var rubrifoliaParthenocissus himalayana var rubrifolia is a self clinging, moderate to vigorous, self supporting climber which will grow to 10m given suitable support. The very attractive reddish purple leaves turn a rich crimson in the autumn and the small fragrant flowers in summer are a haven for bees, and are followed by attractive bright blue berries. Parthenocissus himalayana rubrifolia needs full sun and a warm, sunny position.
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Vitis coignetiae Claret CloakVitis coignetiae ‘Claret Cloak' was found growing in a batch of seedlings of Vitis coignetiae during 1988 on our nurseries. Vitis ‘Claret Cloak' flowers during May and June and though largely inconspicuous they have a delicious scent which can be detected some distance from the plant. Fruit is borne abundantly in bunches in the autumn during favourable seasons. The adult leaves are olive green in colour and 15-20cm in diameter, three to five lobed with the apex pointed. They are quite thick and leathery. The shoots and young foliage are purplish red in colour and turn darker before aging to green. The foliage turns rich scarlet in autumn.
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