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English Ivy 3 1/4 in. Pots (54-Pack) - Live Groundcover Vine

  • Fast growing vine landscaping groundcover
  • Plant in part shade : Water regularly until established
  • Hand selected and delivered fresh from the nursery
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Product Overview

English Ivy is incredibly versatile often seen in landscapes as ground cover, container gardens, hanging baskets, climbing on brick houses and interior planting. Its evergreen foliage creates a great deal of visual attention. English Ivy is a vigorous grower so some precautions have to be used when planting near woodlands where it can become invasive if not properly groomed once or twice a year.
  • Full sun to part shade
  • Plant in well drained garden soil
  • Great choice for ground cover
  • Zone 5-10
  • Drought tolerant once established

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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
360 in.
Mature Width (in.)
240 in.

Details

Additional Characteristics
Ground Cover
Average Shipping Height (in.)
3
Best Time to Plant
Spring to Fall
Blossom Color
Assorted Colors
Botanical Name
Hedera helix
Common Name
Ivy
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
Granular (Yes/No)
Yes
Growth Habit
Climbing
Hardiness Zone
10 (30 to 40 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
54
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
8
Returnable
90-Day
Shipped As
Container
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Water Requirements
Twice a week
Wildlife Attracted
No Wildlife Attracted
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

Questions & Answers

8Questions11Answers

Where can I purchase a creeping charlie house plant?

Asked by ManuCath January 29, 2021
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Answer

A number of plants (often unrelated) are commonly known as "Creeping Charlie" so it would depend on which one you are interested in buying. In many places, certain species commonly known as Creeping Charlie are considered a noxious, invasive weed. If kept in the house you're probably ok, but in your yard, many communities will make you spray to kill it. You probably want Plectranthus.australis, which is known as both Swedish Ivy, and/or Creeping Charlie, however even that is invasive in some. Contact your local Extension Agent to find out which species is allowed in your location. They should be able to recommend a source to acquire permited species.

Can I plant in Sep in Va?

Asked by DJHUD September 12, 2020
1
Answer

You should still be weeks away from frost, and even longer to a hard freeze. In addition, English Ivy is a rather tough plant. Planting them now would be fine. Plant them, water well several times so they are moist going into winter, and mulch with a bit of straw, pine straw, or such. They will be fine.

how far apart should they be planted? What size hole?

Asked by Bill May 16, 2019
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Answers

Holes should be about 1.5 feet apart, and roughly 2 inches deep. English Ivy is a rapid grower - so much so that in places its considered an invasive weed - so it will spread and fill in the gaps.

What time of year is best to plant this?

Asked by HansMast May 28, 2018
1
Answer

You can plant this after last frost in spring when rain will help provide regular watering to get it established.

Can I plant these plants to climb a wall in my backyard?

Asked by Pandersonium February 9, 2017
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Answers

Yes you can train these to climb a wall. BUT, it is best if it is a brick or stone wall. The little tendrils the plant has that enable it to cling to a wall are very hard on wooden surfaces and will damage or destroy them.

does this come in a clay pot (that could be used for a house plant) or a plastic container?

Asked by joy September 8, 2016
2
Answers

Mine came in plastic containers. Probably all of them will.

How much square footage of ground cover can I expect from this 54-pack?

Asked by Shae May 4, 2016
1
Answer

Each plant has a mature coverage possibility of 72 x 72 inches.

size of plants and packaging- English Ivy Liners (50-pack)

Asked by KCTree December 23, 2015
1
Answer

The length of the vines can vary a lot throughout the year from 6 inches to 14 inches. Each plant is grown in an individual 3 1/4 in. square pot.

Customer Reviews

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The plants were delivered early and were in very good condition
The plants were delivered early and were in very good condition
by TK
Packed so we'll and all plants super healthy. Thanks!...
Packed so we'll and all plants super healthy. Thanks!
by BARBARA
All the plants were healthy with well established root systems making it easy to plant. They are...
All the plants were healthy with well established root systems making it easy to plant. They are thriving, and I expect them to solve an eroding slope that has given me years of problems.
by Legion
Great packaging! Shipment arrived with all plants intact and they...
Great packaging! Shipment arrived with all plants intact and they looked great! I’ll definitely recommend Flowerwood Nursery Inc. the next time!
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Very sturdy superior plants....
Very sturdy superior plants.
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They all showed up in great condition. Very happy,...
They all showed up in great condition. Very happy, got them in the ground and they’re doing great!
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Plants arrived green and moist, much to my surprise. ...
Plants arrived green and moist, much to my surprise. They traveled from Alabama to Washington state. It took a week, in a closed box packed tightly. Every plant was green, moist and we'll rooted. Great job!
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