Algerian Ivy - 2.5 inch Pots (Minimum Quantity: 54 Plants)
Green Algerian Ivy is a favorite groundcover of southern gardeners, and for good reason. Native to coastal North Africa, it thrives in warmer climates. Large, glossy, evergreen leaves form a lovely ground cover. It's not limited to ground cover, though. It will easily cover trellises, fences, and balustrades. What's more, deer won't eat it. Hooray! A solution to the ever-present deer problem. Plants in 2-1/2 inch pots are an economical choice for covering medium to large areas.
Tips on how to care for Algerian Ivy.
Name(s): Hedera algeriensis, Hedera canariensis, Hedera canariensis var. algeriensis, Algerian Ivy, Canary Island Ivy, North African Ivy, Madeira Ivy.
Flower Color: Insignificant.
Bloom Time: Insignificant.
Foliage: Evergreen, glossy.
Height/Spread: 12 inches when prostrate, climbing to 15 feet.
Climate Zones: 7, 8, 9, 10.
Sun Exposure: Full sun to partial shade.
Soil Condition: Well-drained to dry, average to poor, pH 6.1 to 8.5. Do not over-water. Allow soil to dry slightly between watering.
Features: Drought tolerant when established, grown for foliage, deer resistant.
Uses: Trellises, ground cover, erosion control, wall cover, container gardens, indoor foliage.
Comments: Algerian Ivy (Hedera canariensis, Hedera canariensis var. algeriensis) is a favorite ground cover in warmer climates. When grown as ground cover, mature height when prostrate is 12 inches. If allowed to climb, Algerian Ivy can grow 40' or more.
Algerian ivy, also known as Canary Island Ivy, North African Ivy and Madeira Ivy, thrives in USDA zones 7-10, performing well in partial shade to full shade. Let soil dry out between watering.
Algerian Ivy is excellent for controlling erosion on slopes fine for borders, trellises, just about anything else you want to cover.
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