Parthenocissus quinquefolia. An easy-to-grow native vine in the grape family with berries for songbirds and some mammals (please note, berries are highly toxic to humans). Bees and other insects enjoy the nectar from the small, inconspicuous flowers. The foliage turns bright red in fall, and is often planted to cover walls or fences. Extremely vigorous and can tolerate heavy pruning if need be.