Boston Ivy
Parthenocissus tricuspidata

Family-Vitaceae, includes Virginia CreeperGrapes 

Leaves in the fall

Notice hairiness



Leaves: Alternate, Simple, 3 lobes, Heart-shaped, Slightly toothed,
Shiny, dark green, smooth top, Hairy veins,
About 12 ¾ cm

Stem: Long, reddish-pink

Tendrils: Present, short, disc-tipped

Fruit: Small, green in tight clusters.

Growing Method: Uses disc-tipped tendrils to climb walls, ceilings, trees, etc.

Location: Most noticeable over Schwartz and Brown Humanities Buildings

Tendrils can grab onto walls, ceiling, etc.