1-5 gallon pots ranging in price from $22.99 to $59.99. Virginia creeper produces one of the most spectacular color displays of fall. The five-pointed leaves are usually just an average green but turn a brilliant crimson once temperatures cool. Virginia creeper is a carefree plant. It is a deciduous, perennial vine with a woody stem. The plant will bloom from June to July with green, inconspicuous flowers. They turn into round ball-like fruits, which persist on the vine and add interest. You can cut these off if you have children, as they are highly toxic. Birds will enjoy them if you leave them on the vine.
Dig a hole deep enough that the top of the root ball is two inches above ground level. Fill the hole with equal parts garden soil and compost. Mound the soil to form a water basin.