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Hedera helix (Bird's foot Ivy)

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Plant Type: Climber/creeper
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Evergreen, self-clinging vine with small deeply lobed glossy leaves. Very hardy and trouble-free ivy suitable for ground cover or growing on walls. As a ground cover it creeps slowly over anything in its way, eventually forming a hummocky dense mat of foliage. When grown against a wall it has a delicate texture closely bonded to the surface and often growing in a star shaped fashion. In texture and form this Ivy is a long way from its cousins H. helix and H. algeriensis, it is easy to control which makes it suitable for growing on buildings and even as a pot plant.

A good clinging climber for a wall or for small areas of ground cover in between rocks, paving or planters. Hangs well off walls or structures. Also quite good in a container on a balcony.

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