By Teo Spengler Virginia creeper is one of the most attractive deciduous vines, with deep green leaflets that blush to scarlet in the autumn. Can you grow Virginia creeper in a pot? It’s possible, although Virginia creeper in containers require more work than the same plants in the garden soil. Read on for information on Virginia creeper container care including tips on growing Virginia creeper in pots. Can You Grow Virginia Creeper in a Pot? Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia) is a popular garden vine, and it grows in a wide variety of climates. It can thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3b through 10. This vine grows fast and can get up to 50 feet (15 m.) if left to its own devices. Virginia creeper doesn’t require a support to climb, since its tendrils cling to brick, stone or wood by sucker disks at the tendril tips.