Parthenocissus tricuspidata or Boston Ivy is a deciduous climber that has notable autumn colour, turning a kaleidoscope of colours from green, orange, red, yellow and bronze before autumn leaf-fall. This plant will cover a large area of wall or building without a trellis and as such, is ideal for covering a blank facade. It is also easily kept under control by trimming at the base. Just dig a little hole, put the roots in and firm the soil around then water well. You can get three, five or six plugs (small transplants) with this order. Just dig a little hole, put the roots in and firm the soil around then water well and regularly.