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(English Ivy, Sagittifolia English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘Sagittifolia’ has large, arrow-shaped, bird’s-foot leaves with a long, pointed central lobe. The leaf color is medium green with light green veins.

English ivy is dioecious, meaning that single plants produce either male or female flowers. Mature plants put forth inconspicuous pale yellow-green blooms...

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(English Ivy, Schäfer Three English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

European in origin, it has glossy, dark green leaves with a prominently lobed, maple-like shape. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with no lobes. There are hundreds of cultivars are available, most with beautifully variegated leaves of various shapes, colors and sizes....

(English Ivy, Shamrock English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘Shamrock’ is a miniature cultivar. It has small, green leaves which are bird’s-foot or narrowly-lobed in shape, the lobes are rounded rather than pointed and dissected into overlapping leaflets. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with...

(English Ivy, Silverdust English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘Silverdust’ has medium -sized, triangular, jagged-lobed, ivy-shaped leaves. The leaf color is dark green with wide, irregular white margins. It is a very cold-tolerant cultivar.

English ivy is dioecious, meaning that single plants produce either male or female flowers. Mature plants put forth inconspicuous...

(English Ivy, Star English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘Star’ has small, pointed, bird’s foot shaped leaves. The leaf color is dark green with slightly lighter veins. Star is an aggressive cultivar.

English ivy is dioecious, meaning that single plants produce either male or female flowers. Mature plants put forth inconspicuous pale yellow-green blooms in...

(English Ivy, Telecurl English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘Telecurl’ has small, lobed, bright green leaves which are curled, twisted or folded between the lobes. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with no lobes.

English ivy is dioecious, meaning that single plants produce either male or female...

(English Ivy, Thorndale English Ivy)

Thorndale English ivy, also known as 'Sub-Zero', is an especially hardy cultivar, an evergreen vine that attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces. 'Thorndale' has large, glossy, dark green, heart-shaped leaves that are broader than they are long and have pale green or white veins in winter. Greenish yellow flowers occur by late summer followed by black, berry-like fruits that are favored by birds.

English ivy is generally easy to grow in sun or shade though partial...

(English Ivy, Tiger Eyes English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘Tiger Eyes' has small, pointed, bird’s foot shaped leaves; the central lobe is very long. The leaf color is medium green with slightly lighter veins and light yellow variegation in the middle.

English ivy is dioecious, meaning that single plants produce either male or female flowers. Mature plants put...

(English Ivy, Tricolor English Ivy)

Tricolor English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks. European in origin, it has small, glossy, dark green leaves with a distinctive, prominently lobed shape like some maple leaves. Mature plants produce pale green to white flowers in autumn followed by black, berry-like fruits, which are eaten and spread by birds. Hundreds of cultivars are available, many with beautifully variegated...

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(English Ivy, Variegated English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘Variegata’ has medium-sized, ivy-shaped leaves. The leaf color is medium green with sharp yellow to cream leaf margins and lighter green spots.

English ivy is dioecious, meaning that single plants produce either male or female flowers. Mature plants put forth inconspicuous pale yellow-green blooms in...