Green Boston Ivy (40 Seeds)
Green Boston Ivy (40 Seeds)
Green Boston Ivy (40 Seeds)
Green Boston Ivy (40 Seeds)
Green Boston Ivy (40 Seeds)
Green Boston Ivy (40 Seeds)
Green Boston Ivy (40 Seeds)
Green Boston Ivy (40 Seeds)
Green Boston Ivy (40 Seeds)

Green Boston Ivy (40 Seeds)

$4.00

40 Green Boston Climbing Ivy Japanese Creeper ( Parthenocissus Tricuspidata ) Seeds

Item specifics

Use:
Outdoor Plants
Type:
Foliage Plants
Size:
Large
Climate:
Temperate
Variety:
BOSTON IVY SEEDS
color:
green

Plant Taxonomy of Boston Ivy:

Plant taxonomy classifies Boston ivy plants as Parthenocissus tricuspidataCultivars include 'Purpurea,' the summer foliage of which is reddish-purple.

Plant Type:

Boston ivy plants are perennialdeciduousbroadleaf vines. These plants are true climbers, attaching themselves to masonry and wooden surfaces by means of holdfasts.

Characteristics of Boston Ivy:

In spring, the new leaves of Boston ivy are reddish. The leaves typically turn green in summer, before reverting to a reddish color in fall. The plants produce inconspicuous flowers, yielding to clusters of dark blue berries. Vine length of mature plants may reach 50 feet or more.

Planting Zones for Boston Ivy:

Indigenous to Japan and China, Boston ivy vines are best grown in planting zones 4-8.

Sun and Soil Requirements for Growing Boston Ivy:

Grow in partial shade to full sun in a well-drained,loamy soil. Planting Boston ivy plants in full sunallows them to achieve maximal fall color.

Growing Boston Ivy -- Uses:

Growing Boston ivy plants up garden arbors,pergolas and fences are all sound practices. Boston ivy is also often grown up walls, but see Caveats below.

Care for Boston Ivy:

Boston ivy plants are vigorous growers. Prune the vines once per year, so as to check the rapid growth.