Hedera canariensis


Canary Island Ivy

Evergreen, woody-stemmed perennial featuring aerial roots, its height and spread depends upon available space or support. The ovate/triangular leaves are bright green, glossy and 4cm long. The stems and the undersides of young leaves have fine red hairs. Insignificant flowers and fruit. Varieties feature variegated leaves.


Groundcover or climber with ornamental foliage suitable for covering walls and fences. Can also be used in garden beds, under shade trees, or as a topiary subject.


Adaptable to a wide variety of light, soil and climatic conditions. Frost sensitive, but recovers quickly. Prune regularly to maintain desired shape. Propagate by cuttings.


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