Akebia trifoliata is a deciduous Climber growing to 9 m (29ft 6in) at a fast rate. Twining vines climb by twisting their stems or leaf stalks around a support. Partially evergreen, depending on your climate, it makes a good screen with a nice texture to the foliage. Creates a quick cover for arbors in warm winter regions; slower growing in colder … Decne. Tolerant of drought and poor soils. Partially evergreen, depending on your climate, it makes a good screen with a nice texture to the foliage. During investigations of the Erysiphales in the Pacific Northwest, five collections were made from A. quinata plants in western Washington exhibiting symptoms of powdery mildew. Three Leaf Akebia Full Sun, Partial Shade Zones 5-9, Full Sun, Partial Sun A handsome vine much like Five leaf Akebia but far less common. Dangling stalks of fragrant white flowers appear in early spring. Five-leaf akebia (Akebia quinata), also known as chocolate vine, is a fast-growing, climbing perennial that grows well in shady areas. (chocolate-vine, five-leaf akebia) originated in Asia and is grown as a perennial ornamental vine in North America (1). item 3 Three Leaf Akebia Vine 10 Seeds - Akebia trifoliate 2 - Three Leaf Akebia Vine 10 Seeds - Akebia trifoliate. Sweet pulp, seedy as a passionfruit. Part sun to full shade (very shade tolerant). I love wild food. Five-leaved akebia can grow 25 to 30 feet long. It is a twining vine. Akebi. Plant database entry for Three-Leaf Chocolate Vine (Akebia trifoliata) with 7 images and 13 data details. A vigorous vine with attractive green leaves comprised of five rounded leaflets. Free shipping. And this is one of my favorites! An elegant climber with twining stems. Shoots, violet when new, turn to brown with age. Akebia’s privacy procedures do not apply to the owners of a non-Akebia website. An elegant climber with twining stems. Also known as "chocolate vine," "five-leaf chocolate vine," and "five-leaf akebia" (Latin: Akebia quint // Akebia trifoliata). In this case, it is an "Ishi Akebi" (stone akebia) as opposed to the "Murasaki Akebi" which is purple. This type of vine grows well on trellises, arbors, wires or chain-link fences. Akebia trifoliata (Three-leaf Akebia) Browse Plants by. Home Three-leaf Akebia. Akebia trifoliata Family: Lardizabalaceae Chocolate Vine, Three-leaf Akebia Origin: China, Korea, Japan. Disease, pests, and … Akebia growing in a friend's backyard: Just starting to split: Open it up and enjoy the sweet pulp. Blooms may be followed by showy, four-inch long, edible purple fruit. You are leaving akebia.com, a website of Akebia Therapeutics, Inc. Akebia does not review or control the content of non-Akebia websites, and this hyperlink does not constitute an endorsement by Akebia of the site’s content. Plant Care. Akebia Flowers. Browsing: Three-leaf Akebia . Scientific Name; Common Name; Genus; Family; USDA Hardiness Zone; Origin; Tags. A handsome vine much like Five leaf Akebia but far less common. item 4 Akebia trifoliata Purple Chocolate Vine 10 seeds 3 - Akebia trifoliata Purple Chocolate Vine 10 seeds. $3.99 +$3.49 shipping. $10.71. Three Leaf Akebia. Leaves composed of 3 wavy edged leaflets. Leaves composed of 3 wavy edged leaflets. Akebia quinata 'Shirobana' Sku #0256.