Harold is an evergreen common ivy variety (Hedera helix ’Harold’) of medium-sized, beautifully coloured, intensely dark green leaves with yellow streaks and lighter veining. It can grow up to 10 m and is completely frost hardy. Planting it in a sunny location will make the foliage more ...
Thorndale Common Ivy 1L
Hedera Helix Thorndale
The Thorndale common ivy is an evergreen, perennial vine. This variety has stiff and glossy dark green leaves with light-coloured veins. It’s a very widespread and well-known ivy, that has huge ornamental value thanks to its beautiful leaves that remain green all year round.
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General description: The Thorndale ivy is the only perennial evergreen climber that is very popular in Poland. This vine grows around 1 m a year and reaches a height of 15-20 m. It spread very nicely on its own. Thanks to its adventitious roots, it easily creeps up walls, fences, arbours and all types of garden support, and also works great as a groundcover plant.
Flowers: This ivy has tiny, inconspicuous flowers. They are not regarded as a decorative trait.
Blooming: The late blooming of the Thorndale ivy around September/October makes it a highly valued melliferous variety.
Leaves: The Thorndale variety has five-lobed, dark green leaves with light-coloured veins. It’s a very decorative vine due to its beautiful, stiff, glossy leaves that remain green throughout the year, even in winter.
Fruit: This ivy has small, decorative, navy blue berries that help birds survive the winter.
Cultivation requirements: The Thorndale ivy grows well in semi-shaded or shaded areas. It is best to plant it in locations with a northern or north-western exposure. It doesn’t tolerate dry and acidic soils. Seedlings should be planted half a metre apart.
Care: Thorndale is practically maintenance-free. If desired, old stems can be pruned any time of the year.
Overwintering: This is the most frost-resistant ivy variety. Only very harsh, prolonged frosts may cause it to freeze. Even after that, however, this vine bounces back, growing again from the roots.
Props: Thorndale is perfect for planting next to trellises, pergolas and arbours, building walls, poles and columns, trees, fences and gates, in plant containers and to beautify public green spaces.
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