The Ampelopsis is easily propagated by seeds sown in Spring one eighth of an inch deep in a cool frame, or by cuttings of ripe wood placed in the open ground in sandy soil in September.

Ampelopsis quinquefolia (the Virginia creeper) and Ampelopsis tricuspidata (the Boston Ivy) are the most useful.

Ampelopsis quinquefolia (the Virginia-creeper) and Ampelopsis tricuspidata (the Boston Ivy) are the most useful.