The Hedera helix ‘Variegata’ will make a decorative statement, they look great in hanging baskets and pots or a feature plant for a Greenwall or feature wall. This groundcover loves full sun and shade and can grow almost anywhere, hardy and versatile. In summer it produces small barely noticeable flowers, and then in autumn, it attracts birds with the very small berries produced.
Common Name : English or Variegated Ivy
Origin : Native to Europe
Habit : Climbing, Creeping and Vining
Height: Up to .8m in height
Width: Up to 3.0m in width
Growth Rate: Moderate
Foliage : Has small to medium ivy or lobed shaped variegated leaves with a heart-shaped base
Flowers : Small barely noticeable flowers
Flower Description : Small barely noticeable flowers
Flower Colour : Foliage Plants
Fruit : Very small berries
Position Description : Grows well in both full sun and full shade
Common Pests and Diseases : Not known to have pests, however, some states have classified this as an environmental weed. Some varieties could be toxic to humans and animals, care should be exercised in planting around children and pets.
Soil Type : The Ivy prefers to grow in a moist condition, and soil should not dry out. Frequent watering is required.
Care and Maintenance : Some varieties could be toxic to humans and animals, care should be exercised in planting around children and pets.
Pot Sizes Available : 300mm