Virginia creeper, woodbine, American ivy, five-leaved ivy (Parthenocissus quiquefolia)
Scientific Name: Parthenocissus quiquefolia
Common Name: Virginia creeper, woodbine, American ivy, five-leaved ivy
Toxicity: Stomach irritant
Berries/Fruits: Clusters of black or blue-black berries on red stems
Flowers: Small greenish-white to yellowish-green flowers
Description: Woody vine, leaves are elliptical and occur in groupings of 5 leaflets with saw-toothed edges. Foliage changes from green in summer to orange in Fall. Planted in gardens as a ground cover or on fences.