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Live Evergreen Perennial – English Ivy – 4 Per Pack – Beautiful Groundcover – 6″ Tall by 4″ Wide in 1 Pint Pot

Live Evergreen Perennial – English Ivy – 4 Per Pack – Beautiful Groundcover – 6″ Tall by 4″ Wide in 1 Pint Pot

$24.99

This beautiful ivy is the perfect groundcover for your space. Its trailing/creeping nature allows for it to climb its surroundings and spread quickly.

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This beautiful ivy is the perfect groundcover for your space. Its trailing/creeping nature allows for it to climb its surroundings and spread quickly.

DECORATIVE:
English ivy can act as a ground cover, spreading horizontally. But it is also a climber, due to its aerial rootlets, which allows it to climb to 90 feet high.

GROWTH:
English Ivy will grow to be about 8 inches tall and can spread up to 90 feet, due to it's creeping/trailing nature. The best time to plant English ivy is spring. It is a fast, aggressive grower that is considered invasive in many areas.

CARE:
English ivy plants grow well in part shade to full shade. When watering your ivy, always check the soil before adding water. Ivy prefers to be kept slightly on the dry side.

FUN FACT:
When kept indoors as a houseplant, English ivy may also help with air purification. In fact, English ivy is one of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA’s) top 10 air-purifying plants.

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Basics:

Zones 4-10
Flowering season(s) Summer
Sunlight Partial Shade
Soil type Well draining soil
Height/Spread 6" Tall by 4" Wide in 1 Pint Pot
Flower Color Green
Bloom Time
How to plant & care for Perennial Plants

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has devised a system to provide gardeners with a basic guide to plant hardiness – how much winter cold a plant can withstand. The Hardiness Zone Map system divides the United States and Canada into numbered zones based on lowest average winter temperature. Even within a zone, different micro-climates exist, such as large urban areas which may be warmer or land situated at different elevations.

How Hardy Are These Plants?: Zones 4-10

4-10
ZONE AVERAGE COLDEST TEMPS
1 below -50 °F
2 -50 °F to -40 °F
3 -40 °F to -30 °F
4 -30 °F to -20 °F
5 -20 °F to -10 °F
6 -10 °F to 0 °F
7 0 °F to 10 °F
8 10 °F to 20 °F
9 20 °F to 30 °F
10 30 °F to 40 °F
11 above 40 °F
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