Roger's Red California Wild Grape
California's native grape is a woody, vigorous, deciduous vine that grows 15 to 30 feet tall and wide. It has large, round, green leaves and a sprawling, climbing growth habit. The leaves turn spectacular shades of crimson and deep red in fall. It grows naturally along streams and seeps in central and northern California.
This is an adaptable vine that thrives in full sun to light shade with regular to moderate water. However, it is drought tolerant and typically grows less aggressively in dry conditions. It is an excellent habitat plant.