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Botanical name: Vitis coignetiae
Other names: Crimson glory vine
Species: V. coignetiae - V. coignetiae is an ornamental climbing vine with large rounded leaves turning red-orange in autumn.
Vitis coignetiae is: Deciduous
Flower: Green in Summer
Foliage: Green in Summer; Red, Orange, Dark-crimson in Autumn
Fruit: Black in Autumn
Habit: Climbing, Twining
Toxicity: Contact may irritate the skin.
Awards: RHS AGM (Award of Garden Merit)
Plant with: Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote' (English lavender 'Hidcote'), Lavandula angustifolia 'Imperial Gem' (English lavender 'Imperial Gem'), Lavandula dentata 'Royal Crown' (Lavender 'Royal Crown'), Lavandula angustifolia 'Loddon Pink' (English lavender 'Loddon Pink'), Lavandula angustifolia 'Nana Alba' (English lavender 'Nana Alba'), Lavandula pedunculata subsp. pedunculata (French lavender)
Specific diseases: Powdery mildew
Pruning: Shorten young shoots in summer to keep vigorous growth in check. Needs netting or support to grow up.. REGISTER to read more...
Propagation methods: Hardwood cuttings, Layering. REGISTER to read more...
Vitis coignetiae (Crimson glory vine) will reach a height of 15m and a spread of 4m after 10-20 years.
Suggested uses: Sub-Tropical, Wallside and trellises
Cultivation: Plant in sun or partial shade in well-drained soil.
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|Soil types:||Chalky, Clay, Loamy, Sandy (will tolerate most soil types)|
|Soil pH:||Alkaline, Neutral|
|Light:||Partial Shade, Full Sun|
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Have just noticed brown raised 'nodules' on some of this year's leaves on my Vitis Cognitae - see attached photo. (This young leaf measures about 8cm across.) The plant is well established and is about 4 years years old. Have checked the Shoot website for specific pests and diseases for this plant, but none of them appears to fit the bill. Grateful for any ideas. Regards, Brian.
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