A fast growing deciduous vine that grows to 30ft. It can attach to walls, trellises, arbors, and fences. It is the plant that gives the name “Ivy League College” from its use on historic college buildings in the eastern U.S. It has leaves with three lobes, sometimes three leaflets that are bright green in the summer and turn brilliant orange, red and purple in the fall. The branch pattern is also beautiful when the leaves are absent in the winter months. Can be semi-deciduous in warmer climates.