Interested in growing Boston ivy plants? Then you’ve come to the right place. The following articles will help with all things Boston ivy, from the general care of Boston ivies to keeping the vines under control. Learn how to care for Boston vine in winter, how to prune Boston vines and more.
Although many ivy plants are evergreen, Boston ivy is deciduous. It is perfectly normal to see your Boston ivy losing leaves in autumn. However, Boston ivy leaf drop can also be a sign of disease. Click here to find out more about Boston ivy leaf drop.
Boston ivy is a woody, fast-growing vine. Mature vines display beautiful, early summer blooms, followed by Boston ivy berries in autumn. Planting seeds you harvest from the berries is a fun way to start a new plant. Read here to learn more.
Boston ivy growing up brick surfaces lends a lush, peaceful feeling to the environment but should you plant it on or near walls? This article has tips for growing Boston ivy plants on walls, so consider carefully before planting Boston ivy in your garden.
You can fill your garden with the Boston ivy by taking cuttings from the vine and rooting them into new plants. So how do you take these cuttings? This article will help with that. Click here to learn more.
Lots of gardeners are attracted to the stately beauty of Boston ivy, but controlling this hardy plant can be a challenge both indoors and in the garden. Regular pruning or removal can be found in this article.