Virginia creeper, Parthenocissus. About a dozen species of this genus are known from Asia and North America. For decorative purposes, several varieties of Parthenocissus are used, the berries are inedible.
This plant is five-leafed. The homeland of the plant is North America. A fast-growing liana, in nature reaching a length of 20-30 m. Young shoots are reddish, then dark green. It grows by climbing smooth surfaces using tendrils with five to eight branches. All over the world it is cultivated as an ornamental plant for vertical gardening.
The set was released in 1/35 scale (size M), but influenced by how quickly it started selling and requests for loaches up to 1/24, it will soon be available in 1/24 scale (L).
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