Thorndale 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. Hedera helix 'Thorndale' is described as the hardiest ivy. Plant in full sun, partial shade or full shade in well drained soil. Hedera Throndale adapts to most soil types well and tolerates short periods of drought. 'Thorndale' can be used as a ground cover or trained to climb on vertical surfaces. The foliage turns reddish during the winter.
  • Zones 4-8. Deer resistant
  • Grows in sun or shade
  • Proper name: Hedera helix 'Thorndale'
  • Considered the hardiest English Ivy
  • Immediate shipping in 48 cell flats. Plants ordered during winter months are shipped dormant.


  • 5

    Posted by Geoege Haggard on Jul 16th 2021

    The Ivy arrived on time and alive and ready for planting. Great experience.

  • 5

    Posted by Steve on Jul 6th 2021

    Plants arrived super fast, very well packaged and in great shape, despite the very hot weather

  • 5

    Posted by Michael O'Gorman on Aug 6th 2020

    Well-developed plants. Speedy service.

  • 4
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    Posted by terry denuszek on Aug 5th 2020

    Great ivy. Majority of flats were fine. Plants had grown together. Three flats a quarter of the plants were dead.