I like having some green in the house during the long winter months too. Your ivy looks great!~cathy
Donna, I have always loved ivy and I always have a pot or 2 or 3.... around.
Ivy is so user friendly, you can add seasonal colour in the form of mini pumpkins or red bows etc.You are lucky it is mild enough to survive winter. Here it would not survive.Hugsxx
We like the ivy for green in the winter too, so much you can do with it!
I love ivy, too. I have a pot that has survived winter after winter and I planted another pot full the other day. Yours is really lovely!
I so agree with you Dona, I love any kind of ivy as it is an evergreen.;) Yours is lovely.;))I have one that i grew from some trimmings from one of my pots a few years back, now it is inside adoring our kitchen window.;) Never knew it was called English Ivy.;))xoxo
Good morning Donna! I LOVE English ivy and when we lived in Wichita we had it growing all over the front and back of our brick cottage. I've got a small flat of ivy I need to get planted here on the farm but I'm not sure where to put it...it can be so invasive that I have to be careful. I'm not sure how it will do here on the farm but I'm going to give it a try...somewhere. Enjoy yours!Maura :)
Ivy is one of my addictions. I have it planted in many pots outside, and I too love that it remains green during the winter.I often cut mine to use in vases and table arrangements.
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