Hirt's Baltic English Ivy 48 Plants - Hardy Groundcover -1 3/4" Pots

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Product Description

English ivies are primarily sought as a trailing ground cover lawn alternative that quickly creeps to cover areas (especially beneath large trees, to cover bald spots where grass won’t grow) with a maintenance-free carpet of beautiful foliage. They are also popular as a climbing vine (the roots attach to most surfaces: buildings, fences, trellises, walls, ...) and for topiaries. Often used to brighten shady areas, English ivies are sometimes grown as a climbing ornamental plant to cover buildings and reduce cooling costs. They are tolerant of drought and perform best when the soil dries out between waterings. Ideal for slopes, northern exposures and erosion control. Infrequent foot traffic is tolerated, and they are tolerant of salt. Baltic Ivy' is considered the hardiest English Ivy. It has leaves that are somewhat smaller than the species and more deeply cut as well as being lightly white-veined and tinged with purple in the Winter months. It's a beautiful evergreen plant and very economical due to its quick coverage of an area, vining up to 30 or 40 feet.
  • Zones 4-8.
  • Grows in sun or shade
  • Proper name: Hedera helix 'Baltic'
  • Considered the hardiest English Ivy
  • Immediate shipping in 48 cell flats. Dormant shipping in winter months.


  • 5
    48 Baltic English Ivy plants

    Posted by Midge Abel on Jun 21st 2022

    This was my first order from Hirts and I couldn't be more pleased. All plants arrived healthy, well packed and ready to plant. They've been in the ground for a week are are all doing well. Very impressed with quality. I'll be ordering in the future.

  • 5
    English ivy flat of 48

    Posted by Kimberly on Jul 1st 2021

    This is the 3rd flat I've ordered from Hurt. The first one for so well, I ordered 2 more. They come packed really well and we're in great condition.

  • 5

    Posted by Michael Gaynor OGorman on May 30th 2021

    Strong, healthy plants

  • 5

    Posted by Michael O'Gorman on Apr 22nd 2021

    healthy, well-developed plants