Floral Alphabet Challenge, the Letter “V.” Oct 5, 2022: Virginia Creeper

Virginia Creeper is named “creeper” appropriately. Here it is creeping down to take over the flower and succulent planter below, as wel as the tree behind it.

Floral Alphabet Challenge, the Letter “V.” If you publish “V” flowers of your own, please link to this post in comments below and also link to Cee’s FOTD.

20 thoughts on “Floral Alphabet Challenge, the Letter “V.” Oct 5, 2022: Virginia Creeper

  1. Marilyn Armstrong

    My world is consumed by creeping and strangling vines. They have destroyed what remained of the garden, especially during this long dry spell when it seems they were the ONLY plant that grew for those long 3 months. I REALLY hate those vines so I refuse to show them off. At least the Virginia isn’t likely to climb in through the window while you sleep and tie you to the bed. I think the grape vine in trying. Good thing we got better windows.

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  2. slmret

    Goodness — I seem to be missing some along the way — I’ll have to go back and pick them up! This is lovely, but don’t let it swallow the succulents!


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    1. lifelessons Post author

      Thanks for sending more “V’s” our way, Aletta. Vygies are known as ice plant or sun rose in the states and are one of my favorite succulents. I’ve probably posted them under both names and now have a third to call them.


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