Fast Growing, Low Maintenance, Evergreen GroundcoverThe English Ivy Plant, Hedera helix, is a classic, fan-shaped, silver green Ivy. English Ivy Plants are a strong growing, trailing variety that’s great for baskets, containers, or as a groundcover.English Ivy Plants have dense growth and abundant leaves form a thick canopy just above the ground, and prevent sunlight from reaching other plants. It is widely used by homewoners, hirticulturists, landscape contractors and others desiring a fast growing, low maintainence, evergreen cover.* Easy Care Plant* Waterwise* Container Growing .
Attractive Vine Grows AnywhereThe Thorndale English Ivy, Hedera helix ‘Thorndale’, has dark green foliage. Like English Ivy, is cold hardy, and the leaves are larger than English Ivy.It is a vigorous, evergreen, self-clinging or trailing vine with 3 to 5 lobed, glossy leaves with prominent veins. This ivy likes well-drained soil and makes a beautiful ground cover when established. It it should never be allowed to grow up the trunks of trees. Thorndale English Ivy will attach it suckers and grow up brick walls. It also can be used in hanging baskets or as a houseplant. It is very hardy and trouble-free. Major pruning should be done in early spring.*Evergreen 5 Lobed Dark Green Glossy Leaves*Vigourous Growth and Cold Hardy*Can Be Used as a Houseplant.
Great native vine brings on the fall color! Americans have a love/hate relationship with Virginia Creeper. Some people feel that it is too aggressive and consider it an invasive species. (It isn’t. It’s native to the US, so it can’t be considered invasive. Perhaps aggressive, but more on that later…) Some people can’t get enough of it and love in clambering over their walls, fences and barns. (Yay, you people! We’re about to preach to the choir.) If you’re in neither group and Virginia Creeper is new to you, then welcome to the wonderful world of this sweet vine! Engelman Ivy is a not a true ivy, but it is a spectacular vine. It is smaller leaved than other Virginia Creepers and not as vigorous (which is good for those people afraid that it will take over their yard). It has little pads that helps it cling really well to walls, fences and just about any flat surface. (Make sure that you plant it where you want it, because it doesn’t like to give up its vertical space once it’s taken it.) Engelman Ivy is one of the most beautiful of the fall colored vines. It turns a rich burgundy in autumn, sometime with copper or bronze highlights. It will quickly (and we mean quickly) cover up an eyesore for you. Don’t be afraid to use this beauty along a wooden fence or to stabilize the ground along a slope. Wildlife love its little purple berries and it is picturesque all year. A perfect backdrop for a bed of evergreens, you shouldn’t be afraid to use this healthy native in your garden! Order yours today. * Native * Stunning fall color * Easy care * Self-clings, no need to train * Quick grower.
Versatile, High-Performing VineIf you’re seeking an evergreen vine that offers more than just average decorative appeal, look no further! Yellow-Ripple Ivy is popular for both inside and outside use…and for good reason. The foliage of Yellow-Ripple Ivy is the hallmark of this English Ivy variety, featuring 3-5 pointed leaves of remarkable color. Each leaf features green coloring with a silver/grey tint, outlined with yellow. The foliage has a delightful shape that is roughly like a bird track with variegated leaves that possess a slight, inward curvature. It’s a remarkably beautiful vine that is equally at home in a hanging basket in your living room, climbing the side of your garage or blanketing your trellis with its vibrant color and graceful nature.Your Yellow-Ripple Ivy will grow up to 6-12 inches in height and up to 2 feet long with a creeping nature or trailing habit. Yellow-Ripple Ivy will attach itself by little rootlets to walls, fences or a trellis, so it makes a wonderful ornamental cover for a variety of purposes. Yellow-Ripple likes a little shade, but will thrive in everything from full sun to shade. It’s adaptive to a variety of soils, doesn’t mind urban conditions and is disease and pest resistant.Among evergreen vines, Yellow-Ripple Ivy is certainly a prized variety. Plant this amazing vine almost anywhere in your yard this year and this colorful vine will enchant you with its hardy nature and colorful foliage.* Colorful evergreen vine* Works as a houseplant* Drought and heat tolerant.
Fast-Growing Hardy VineBoston Ivy is a fast-growing vine. It does well on houses, trellis’ or even on the trunks of large trees. If you have a place you’d like covered in lovely green vegetation by a plant that is carefree and tolerant of just about any conditions, then this plant is for you. Imagine planting a Boston Ivy along an old shed. In no time at all you’ll have a vibrant green living wall where old paint used to present an eyesore. Plant an Ivy at the base of your mailbox and with a little easy pruning you’ll soon have a work of art that’s the envy of your neighbors. Boston Ivy is a woody vine that sends out tendrils that can grip onto surfaces. The glossy dark green leaves are attractive against almost any background, and the vine will even trail along the garden as a ground cover if you prefer. Your Boston Ivy also has some hidden features that most people aren’t aware of. Incredibly tiny whitish flowers appear in the spring, and small black berries soon develop from them. Most people won’t notice either, but you will note the birds that come to sit in your ivy and partake of the feast you’ve provided them. In the fall your Ivy will turn a deep scarlet in preparation for the coming winter. The Boston Ivy is truly an amazing plant. It can cover almost any surface quickly and with ease, and even adapts readily to pruning. Grow it inside or outside, on flat surfaces or upright on a wall. You can’t go wrong with a Boston Ivy. * Fast-growing* Hardy* Attracts Wildlife.