English Ivy is tolerant of many types of soils and light. Keep out of high foot
traffic areas because English Ivy does not tolerate any disturbances including raking.
The best way to clean out a bed with English Ivy is with a leaf blower. Plant
one foot on center for best results and quick establishment
||English Ivy, Baltic Ivy
||Evergreen Ground Cover
||This plant tolerates some drought and some salt and will dry soil
but prefers well-drained, loamy, sandy or clay soils with a pH of acidic to slightly
(6.8 to 7.7)
||Full Shade to Full Sun
||Good for naturalizing, container plantings, massing, ground cover
and erosion control. This plant is considered mostly allergy free and causes
little or no allergy problems in most people. Deer resistant.
||Scale, Spider Mites, Mealy
||Leaf Spot occurs under moist
||Propagation is from cuttings
and can be done any time of the year.
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English Ivy, Baltic Ivy
|Description: Excellent as a vine to climb and cling to stone
or brick walls. Also as a ground cover in shaded as well as sunny areas. Does
well in window boxes, and even as a vine indoors.
||Green and somewhat variegated
||Spreading type, Spread varies