Baltic Ivy is extra hardy and one of the most widely adaptable ground covers. Free-branching habit and closely set leaves makes Baltic popular. The leaves tend to be deep green with white veins that are smaller than English Ivy leaves. Use it in areas where little else will grow or to climb rock walls.
Spacing: Plant 10” to 18” apart.
Height: Grows 4” to 6” tall.
How To Grow: Plant in sun to full shade.
Outstanding Features: Ivy is an excellent ground cover, but aggressive once established; prefers rich, acidic loamy soil but tolerates a range; drought tolerant. Some varieties are more hardy than others.
Tips: Ivy prefers moderately moist soil.
Uses: Garden Bed, Containers, Borders, Landscapes
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