spring container plantsTraditional Landscape, St Louis

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Design ideas for a traditional landscaping in St Louis. —  Houzz
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mariannel
Marianne Lipanovich added this to Garden Alert: 22 Plants to Keep Away From PetsJun 5, 2013

English ivy is popular both for landscaping and as a houseplant, but if digested it can cause vomiting, diarrhea, pain and excess salivation.

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Kim Gamel added this to 7 Great Container Plants for Early-Spring AppealApr 8, 2013

English IvyThis is a favorite for its draping habit in containers. As an evergreen, it has leaves that look terrific in early spring and can tolerate frost. It’s best to keep this ivy in containers, as it can be invasive in some parts of the country.Botanical name: HederaUSDA zones: 5 to 9Light requirement: Partial to full shadeWater requirement: Medium moistureSize: 1/2 to 1 foot tall and up to 10 feet wide

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miso1
miso1 added this to spring containersJul 3, 2013

English Ivy, hedera evergreen can take frost part to full shade

skishii
skishii added this to backyardJun 18, 2013

English ivy is popular both for landscaping and as a houseplant, but if digested it can cause vomiting, diarrhea, pain and excess salivation.

katpur24
katpur24 added this to caches and thingsApr 16, 2013

English Ivy This is a favorite for its draping habit in containers. As an evergreen, it has leaves that look terrific in early spring and can tolerate frost. It’s best to keep this ivy in containers, as it can be invasive in some parts of the country. Botanical name: Hedera USDA zones: 5 to 9 Light requirement: Partial to full shade Water requirement: Medium moisture Size: 1/2 to 1 foot tall and up to 10 feet wide

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