Hedera Plant Catalogue – Climbers

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HEDERA (Ivy) Evergreen, woody-stemmed, self-clinging climber. Will grow in most soils in sun or shade. HARMFUL IF EATEN. MAY CAUSE SKIN ALLERGY.

Hedra canariensis Gloire de marengoH. algeriensis ‘Gloire de Marengo’ AGM Large deep green centred leaves, merging into silvery-grey and margined white. Height and Spread: 2.4 to 4.5 metres.

H. colchica AGM Large, oval, unlobed dark green leaves. Height and Spread: to 6 metres or more. May be used as groundcover. Will grow even in quite dark shade.

H. col. ‘Dentata Variegata’ AGM Large bright green leaves, shaded grey, conspicuously marked creamy yellow when young turning creamy white with age. Ht and Spread: 2.4 to 4.5 metres.

Hedera colchica Sulphur HeartH. col. ‘ Sulphur Heart’ AGM (Was H. c. ‘ Paddy’ s Pride’) large dark green leaves, splashed in the centre with yellow which turns pale then dark green. Height and Spread: 2.4 to 4.5 metres.

Hedera helix GlacierH. helix ‘Glacier’ AGM Silvery-grey leaves with a narrow white margin. Height to 3 metres.

H. helix ‘Goldchild’ AGM Young leaves, bright green, pale yellow in the centre and with a broad golden yellow margin. Then become blue-green and grey-green margined yellow. Height to 3 metres.  Moist soil.

Hedera helix Green RippleH. helix ‘ Green Ripple’ Dark green, shiny, leaves with a jagged edge and a long central point Height often up to 3 metres.  Can be used as a climber or as groundcover. Will grow even in quite dark shade.

Hedera helix Oro de BogliascoH. helix ‘Oro di Bogliasco’ (Was H. helix ‘ Goldheart’ ) Dark green leaves with bright yellow centres. Height 6 metres.

H. helix ‘Sagitifolia’
H. hibernica AGM Large, dark green, usually five pointed leaves. Height and Spread: to 6 metres or more. May be used as groundcover.