Crimson Glory Vine (Vitis coignetiae)
Other Names - Crimson Gloryvine, Inedible Grape, Grape Vine.
Origins - Korea, Japan.
Type - Perennial (deciduous).
Hardiness (see References, below) - Zones 5 - 9.
Bloom - Summer.
Fruit - Late Summer, Fall.
Height - Approx. 45 ft (15 m), long vines.
Cultivation - Most well drained soils. Avoid overwatering. Full Sun to semi-shaded locations. Perfect, outdoor container, plant. Grow next to a supporting tree, trelis, or pergola.
Propagation - By cuttings; by layering.
Other - Very attractive foliage; edible (use for wrapping), heart shaped leaves are approx. 10 inches long, and come in amazing array of Fall colors.
Pretty blue berries can also be eaten (best by birds), but for us, come nowhere close to plant's close relative, Vitis vinifera (Common Grape Vine).
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