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English Ivy Deep Green Ripple

Hedera helix "Green Ripple"

$58.00
Size: Small Size Chart
Pot: Eco Planter
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  • Pet Warning:Toxic To Ingest

  • Care Level:I'm Easy

  • Approximate Size: 6" to 18" W 10" to 12" H

The English Ivy "Deep Green Ripple" (Hedera helix) is a robust, evergreen, self-clinging, or trailing vine showing off 3 to 5 lobed, shiny leaves. They make a lush overhanging spiller in a container garden or hanging basket. They also have tendencies to climb with their aerial roots that have a sticky element for adhesion! Use sprigs of them in holiday decorating or for everyday use!
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English Ivy Deep Green Ripple
English Ivy Deep Green Ripple
About English Ivy Deep Green Ripple

While pollinators are attracted to their nectar and pollen, English ivy can be annoying in the environment for their invasiveness. Follow your state's guidelines when planting in the ground. While they are ornamental, they can create ivy desserts and kill plants in their path by blocking the sunlight from their leaves. Lively Root recommends keeping them in check within a garden planter and not using them as a ground cover unless heavily guarded.

Care Level: I'm Easy

Easy for beginners

Pet Friendly: Warning

Toxic to pets if ingested.

Origins: Native to Europe, northeast Ireland, Scandinavia, and all the way down to Spain, this ivy is most often seen as a landscape plant.

Native to Europe, northeast Ireland, Scandinavia, and all the way down to Spain, this ivy is most often seen as a landscape plant.

Fun Facts: In the Middle Age...

In the Middle Ages, ivy was used to announce that wine was available at the local establishment in which they grew! They would hang on a pole or in a hanging basket. The symbol was recognized as the "ale-pole." Ivy was symbolic of peace to the Druids since they have the ability to connect to various plants. Another reason why they may be used in bridal bouquets and headdresses as a symbol of fidelity. Ivy's is attractive to pollinators for their nectar and pollen.

Hedera helix "Green Ripple" Care Guide

English Ivy Deep Green Ripple

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