Edera Algeriensis Plant jar 7cm

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Generalities Plant Ivy Algeriensis:

The Hedera Algeriensis plant is an evergreen broad-leaved Creeper, with green leaves widely bordered with white. Foliage very similar to the "Hedera Helix Elegantissima", but much larger in size. Like all varieties of ivy, it is able to anchor itself independently on any surface. It grows quickly, without the need for intervention. It can be used both as a climber and as a ground cover. The plant is used to cover fences, walls and pergolas, thanks to its rapid growth and frost resistance.

Online sale Plant Hedera Algeriensis, available in the following formats :

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm
  • jar 14cm, height 20/30cm

Online sale Plant Hedera Algeriensis, available in the following formats

  • jar 7cm, height 5/15cm
  • jar 14cm, height 20/30cm

Generalities Plant Ivy Algeriensis:

Ivy is the climbing plant par excellence; it is common on facades and walls, but is also found in small internal pots.

All of them are hardy and very easy to grow. As well as all climbing plants, ivies offer multiple possibilities: it is possible to cover walls, or even entire houses, it is possible to cover gazebos, structures, pergolas, tree trunks, with ivy it is possible to mask the unsightly areas of your garden. The Ivy Algeriensis is the most common species and is the common ivy that we see on the streets of our cities, with very rapid growth that can reach 30 m in height. It is characterized by bright green leaves, often shiny with silver spots along the ribs. The leaves are variegated with opaque white at the edges. The flowers ripen in autumn and the berries ripen the year after flowering, around April and May. In fact, in ivy, flowering and fruiting occur in different yearsi.


Cultivation and Care Plant Ivy Algeriensis:

The Hedera Algeriensis plant has an ideal temperature is around 15 ° C; the minimum winter temperature is between 0 and 7 ° C. Watering should be regular in summer (once or twice a week), reduced in winter (once a week). It is a good practice to let the soil dry between one wetting and the other and let the water flow away without stagnating in the saucer. For the substrate, mix garden soil, potting soil and peat, with the addition of sand to increase drainage.

Irrigation
Less Frequent
Exposure
Sunny
Plant Development
Fast
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