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Hedera (Canary and European Ivy)

Canary Ivy is similar to the closely related European species Hedera helix, yet in general it has larger, more or less broadly heart-shaped to almost round, slightly glossy, dark green leaves and terminal umbels with small yellowish-white flowers followed by bluish-black berries. Native of the laurel forest of the western Canary Islands and Gran Canaria, climbing up shrubs, trees, and cliffs, or growing as a groundcover. Easily cultivated and frost resistant pot plant for any humus-rich, well drained soil in a sunny (winter) to partially shaded (summer) spot. As a pot plant keep drier in winter at a minimum of some 0°C. May be grown outside in a protected spot in the garden in Central Europe.
Sow in any well drained soil at some 15°C to 25°C, keep pots sunny.
10 seeds per package.
All are USDA Climate Zone 7 unless stated differently.
10 seeds per package.
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Hedera aff. helix (Cyprus Ivy)

Hedera aff. helix (Cyprus Ivy)

7 (20)cm, Cyprus Ivy in its Cyprus’ form with narrower, arrow-shaped adult leaves than the common continental form. Leaves are finely pale green and white dotted. From rich, slightly moist soils in mountains on Cyprus. Easily cultivated in any rich soil in a sunny to partially shaded spot outside in the garden. V-VII.
20 seeds per package.

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package (ex Psilo Dendro, Cyprus)6280 € 4,99
(ex Psilo Dendro, Cyprus)