A cross between the common houseplant, Japanese fatsia and Ivy. Very tolerant to adverse conditions. Great in planters in shade. This variety has yellow-varietgated leaves. Borderline Hardy.
A cross between the common houseplant Japanese fatsia and Ivy. Deep yellow is widely splashed across and along the edges of the rich green tropical foliage of this upright to semi-vine like evergreen shrub. Excellent for the shade garden or indoors.
This vigorous, variegated Persian ivy has large, heart-shaped, mottled-grey-green leaves, edged with cream. It is a handsome, self-clinging, evergreen climber suitable for brightening a partly shady wall.
Light green leaves streaked grey-green and broadly margined creamy yellow. Suited for wall or ground cover, this evergreen vine will light-up dark garden areas! Easy to grow & maintain.
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.
Distinctly white variegated form of English Ivy. Colour tends to leach away in deep shade. Use this groundcover/vine to light dark areas, brighten boring spaces.
Vigorous, evergreen, self-clinging vine. Should never be allowed to grow up the trunks of trees. Use as a groundcover, for climbing walls. Solid green ivies are tolerant of shade, variegated ivies like sun.
Silver-green and yellow variegated foliage. Evergreen and drought tolerant. According to the Humane Society of America, Ivy plants, especially the leaves and berries can be toxic to pets.
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