English Ivy Collection
~includes 200 of these great vines. They are 12-18 inches tall and will be shipped bareroot.
How Does English Ivy Grow?
English Ivy is an easy to grow, easy to maintain plant that is commonly used as a ground cover. To produce this plant, we advise planting young sprouts in a bed of fertilizer. Whenever it is first growing, English Ivy develops at a slow rate. As your plant enters the second year of its growth, it begins to branch out significantly. After that, the plant is fully developed, spreading nearly anywhere.
Where Does English Ivy Grow?
As we have mentioned, English Ivy is a rapidly developing plant that will grow nearly anywhere. This plant has sustained popularity in large part because it can grow in darker areas, in severe weather conditions, and up along any walls. They are so adept at climbing walls and rapidly spreading because of the tiny roots that develop on their stems. This allows them to latch on to nearly any surface.
How To Maintain English Ivy
In general, English Ivy does not require much maintenance. There are a few tactics you can use to bolster plant growth. Whenever your English Ivy is in the beginning stages of growth, you should both fertilize and water your plants to maximize growth. Once these plants are fully mature, you should trim them in the spring.
Why Grow English Ivy?
There are several surprising reasons to grow English Ivy. Here are just a few.
Ivy acts as a ground cover in nearly all conditions.
The Ivy develops purple-colored flowers as it matures.
Because English Ivy increases quickly, it can be used to cover unsightly objects in a yard or public place.
Hopefully, you have learned a little bit more about the durability, excellent appearance, and easy maintenance associated with English Ivy.
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