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Parthenocissus quinquefolia · penkialapis vynvytis

EN · Virginia creeper, Victoria creeper, five-leaved ivy, five-finger
DE · Selbstkletternde Jungfernrebe
LT · penkialapis vynvytis
LV · pieclapiņu mežvīns
PL · Winobluszcz pięciolistkowy
It is native to eastern and central North America, from southeastern Canada and the eastern United States west to Manitoba and Utah, and south to eastern Mexico and Guatemala.

P. quinquefolia is grown as an ornamental plant, because of its ability to rapidly cover walls and buildings, and its deep red to burgundy fall (autumn) foliage. It can easily be propagated by stem cuttings taken in spring. It may kill other plants it covers by shading its support and thus limiting the supporting plants' ability to photosynthesize. With its aggressive growth, it can overburden slower-growing understory trees with its weight, damaging them. Its ability to propagate via its extensive root system makes it difficult to eradicate. It is considered as invasive in many countries.

Penkialapis vynvytis yra gajus invazinis vijoklinis dekoratyvinis augalas, juo apželdinamos pastatų sienos, sodų pavėsinės, tvoros ir kt. Rudenį lapai ryškiai parausta. Daug kartų radau miške - plinta nekontroliuojamai.
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