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English Ivy Alternatives – Grow These Native Plants Instead

By Mary Ellen Ellis

English ivy is invasive in the US. Click here for some beautiful native alternatives you can grow instead.

Algerian Ivy Care: Tips For Growing Algerian Ivy Plants

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer

Evergreen vines can be used as groundcovers for troublesome areas of the garden, such as slopes or other areas where grass has a hard time establishing. Algerian ivy plants are one such plant that will easily establish, where turf or other plants won?t. Learn more here.

English Ivy Pruning: Tips On How And When To Trim Ivy Plants

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Whether English ivy is grown indoors or out, this fast-growing plant benefits from an occasional trim to stimulate new growth, improve air circulation, and keep the vine within boundaries and looking its best. Learn more in this article.

English Ivy Tree Damage: Tips On Removing Ivy From Trees

By Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden

There's little doubt about the attractiveness of English ivy in the garden. That said, without periodic pruning, the vine can become a nuisance, especially with regards to trees. Click here to learn more about ivy damage to trees and what can be done about it.

Growing English Ivy – How To Care For English Ivy Plant

By Jackie Carroll

English ivy plants are superb climbers, clinging to almost any surface by means of small roots that grow along the stems. English ivy care is a snap, and this article will give tips for growing the plant.

Tips For How To Kill English Ivy

By Heather Rhoades

The same traits that make English ivy a wonderful ground cover can also make it a pain to remove from your yard. Removing ivy can be a difficult task, but not an impossible one. This article will help.

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