Yellow Ripple Ivy

Yellow Ripple Ivy

 

Interesting, trailing evergreen ground cover has strong green leaves with handsome yellow margins, with the foliage turning purplish red in winter. This slower-growing, prostrate variety has unique zigzag stems that make quite a statement when spilling over the edges of a container.

 

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Hedera helix 'Yellow Ripple'

 

Valued for foliage

 

Zone 5 -10 to -20°F

 

Inconspicuous

 

Inconspicuous Flowers

 

Green with yellow margins, evergreen

 

6-10" x 12-24"

 

Prostrate

 

Small-scale ground cover, containers

 

Best in moist soil enriched with organic matter

 

Full Sun to shade

 

Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.

 

Usually trouble free if planted correctly in proper cultural conditions. For common ground cover problems and solutions, click here.

 

Usually trouble free if planted correctly in proper cultural conditions. For common ground cover problems and solutions, click here.

 

 
 
 
 
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