Algerian Ivy Care: Tips For Growing Algerian Ivy Plants

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Algerian Ivy Care: Tips For Growing Algerian Ivy Plants

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer Evergreen vines can help us cover up and soften walls and fences. They can also 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. Continue reading for more information on growing Algerian ivy. Algerian Ivy Information Algerian ivy (Hedera algeriensis or Hedera canariensis) is also commonly called Canary Island ivy, Canary ivy or Madeira ivy. It is an evergreen vine native to western regions and islands of Africa. Algerian ivy is hardy in zones 7-11. It will grow in full sun but it may be stunted and will need frequent watering in full sun. It prefers to grow in part to full shade. There are several variegated varieties of Algerian ivy, such as ‘Gloire

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