What is this vine?

I spent some of today putting a fence tarp up on the chain link fence that separates my home from a schoolyard. This vine brushed my face. I sure hope it’s not poisonous!
q what is this vine
  7 answers
  • Cheryl A Cheryl A on Jun 08, 2018

    So we created some maps to help you figure out which plants to look for. Eastern poison ivy comes first, because it is the biggest cause of trouble, but it is good ...
  • Cheryl A Cheryl A on Jun 08, 2018
    appears to be poison oak or ivy
  • Lynda Lynda on Jun 08, 2018
    Looks like harmless Virginia Creeper, which I love. I know you are worried about it being Poison Ivy which it isn't. An easy way to tell them apart Poison Ivy has 3 leaves, Virginia Creeper has 5.
  • Dfm Dfm on Jun 08, 2018
    There is a saying with campers...leaves of three...let them be.
  • Redcatcec Redcatcec on Jun 08, 2018
    My vote is on Virginia Creeper, so you are in the clear unless you are allergic to it.
  • Norma Norma on Jun 10, 2018
    That looks like Virginia Creeper. If it is the main stock closer to the ground over time will look almost like a thick rope. It's very invasive and it has killed some of our trees by literaly chocking the life out of them. You can try pulling it by hand but it will be a never ending job. And as of yet I still haven't found a spray that will kill it without killing everything around it as well.
    P.S. Nurserys and garden centres actually sell this plant. I don't know why becaue I woud give it away free if anyone wants to come and get it.
  • Gabi Ralea Gabi Ralea on Jun 18, 2018
    This is Parthenocissus Quinquefolia, A.k.a. virginia creeper, which is harmless, but a bit invasive. Still you can keep it in your garden if you trim it regularly. I have my fences covered with it, and I am very happy about it because it's easy to trim and grown fast. You can cut it anytime and it won't suffer, but you will only drive her growth.