California Ivy leaves have five lobes that are rounded. They are green and the veins are a lighter color of green. The stems sometimes are reddish in places. California Ivy does so well in some climates, that in some cases it is a nuisance and can become extremely invasive like many of the ivy species.
Spacing: Plant 10” to 18” apart.
Height: Grows 10” to 12” tall.
How To Grow: Plant in part sun to full shade.
Outstanding Features: Ivy is an excellent ground cover, but can be 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