Stock Number: 41161
Undulating leathery, blackish green leaves clasp stiff, often contorted, upright stems; forms semi-erect bush with time.
Stock Number: 41162
Nearly triangular, dark green leaves deeply grooved; the unique three-cornered leaves are held rigidly in two ranks on stiff erect stems. Quite Evergreen when used as a shrublet in Zone 6 (our zone). Quite a surprise to many gardeners who do not think of "ivies" including rockery shrubs; even more amusing when planted ...
Stock Number: 42020
Small leaves with rippled fluted lobes; closely packed in cute toppling columns--gives a very soft, very 3-D effect.
Stock Number: 54050
Dark large leaves with attractive veining and one very long "Nose" of a central lobe! Fast growing and most willing to create a "shingle" effect as indicated by the photo here, taken along our alley of this cultivar colonizing the trunk of a young "Dawn Redwood" tree.
Stock Number: 41882
Quite distinct and most subtle in colorations, remarkably lovely "Frosted Ivy" with gently cascading stems cloaked with shallowly three-lobed leaves each with pale frosted center. A subtle beauty beautifully self-heading into perfect mounds, and thus popular as a hanging basket subject.
Stock Number: 41166
Fantastic tiny mounds of miniature duckfoot-shaped leaves. Use as a tiny tuffet at the base of a bonsai; add to your terrarium, or encourage it over a mini-boulder in your rockery.
Stock Number: 41212
"Filigree Ivy" Outrageously fluted, lobed foliage of dark glossy green--remarkable appearance. Very dark deeply cut foliage leathery enough not to winterburn here, surviving to cause a sensation in the rockery. Fantastic spilling out of a basket in your hobby greenhouse.
Stock Number: 55550
Conspicuously veined down-curved fat pointed fingers are slightly furled on ascending stems. A sport of 'Filigran' so popular for its shrubby leathery nature and self-heading vigor that it deserved a name.
Stock Number: 42074
Soft sea green & avocado green mottled leaves with bright cream yellow margins; excellent habit, broad overlapping foliage-- the flat leaves larger and wider than other gold-edged cultivars.
Stock Number: 41173
Small black-green leaves centered yellow; this is an unusually winter tolerant variety, surviving in Michigan. Unlike most ivies, this ancient cultivar plods along up the wall without branching unless you pinch out the lead tip--thus more labor intensive than other winter hardy types; and thus never recommended as a gr...
Stock Number: 66851
Deeply fingered, handsomely ruffled pale pewter green leaves with showy buttery margins hardening to rich ivory. Slow growing 'Manda's Crested' selection always worth its space in the collection; will burn in our type winter outdoors, yet the stems survive to resprout.
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Stock Number: 41176
Large new leaves emerge nearly white; fading to a pattern, usually a wide creamy green margin, then dark hydroponic green with age--very thin textured, thus best grown in a greenhouse. Often offered as `Harold.' Narrower leaves than `Anne Marie.'
Stock Number: 55613
See 1995 Ivy Jorunal, Vol 21, pp 19. Heavily textured extremely small elongated leaves with irregular variegation. At first view does not seem to be an Ivy as the shingled frosted leaves are softly lobed, if lobed at all. Has proven to be quite winter hardy here in Ohio if situated out of winter sun and out of any poss...
Stock Number: 41183
Silver-white and slate-gray flecked with emerald enameled on compact leathery leaves--forming a thick richly textured carpet with remarkably beautiful color saturation. Beautiful "Hummingbird Ivy" noted for unusually strong contrast of dark flecks on snowy white & ochre mosaic leaves of very strong texture. Its pop...
Stock Number: 41400
Lemon-yellow to white variegation on the new shallowly lobed curled leaves with curious diffuse vein patterns; color of the dense foliage fades as new leaves mature, thus giving a lovely two-tone effect. Unique tostled mound outdoors as well.
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Stock Number: 42115
Small-statured 'Kleiner Diamant' with diamond shaped gray splashed leaves with delicate white border. Very shrubby; a conversation piece small enough for the alpine house; lovely as an upright accent in a terrarium.
Stock Number: 41187
Large very curled, fluted lobes; fast, easy grower quite effective as a large hanging basket subject. A vigorous outdoor carpeter for us in Z6b
Stock Number: 41402
Wide sharply-toothed fan leaves streaked ivory and gray green. Very petite closely overlapping leaves; very slow-growing, flattopped mounded habit. Popular in terrariums.
Stock Number: 89225
"Deltoid Ivy" Reddish brown stems rigidy hold thick darkly toned heavily textured leaves with a deltoid heart outline. Reluctant to self-head. Reputed to be Z6 hardy. Perfect for that Valentine gift.
Stock Number: 53386
Lovely "Mint Ivy with flat small bright yellow ocher leaves slashed with lime and bordered soft green; possibly a petite selection of "Mint Kolibri"
Stock Number: 41198
Self-heading birdsfoot with white frosted foliage. Perhaps the favorite for good habit combined with variegation--and thus marketed as the "Snowflurry Ivy".
Stock Number: 54548
Wide three-lobed leaves of pale gray green tones brushed nearly to the edges of the white margins; keeps contrast well. Strong growing care free cultivar.
Stock Number: 41399
"Gnome Ivy" Very tiny triangular round lobed arrowhead outlined leaves of blackish green thickly shingled on slim dark stems, maroon when young, heading in very straight lines, but branching at most nodes when in a brightly lit situation; very winter hardy selection from Spetchley Park in England. Extremely popular as ...
Stock Number: 42089
Small statured; small very wide barely lobed leathery leaves of rich green with two tones of marblized cream creating wide margins, pettered overall with dark green flecks. Slow growing, reluctantly branching "Marble Ivy" not surviving outdoors here. This can make a very nice houseplant especially if trained on a mosse...
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Stock Number: 41860
Lustrous large deep green leaves--popular outdoor groundcover. Best choice for a groundcover or wall cover in our climate, maintaining a deep rich color (purple tones often appear with chill) all winter with very minor wind burn. Indeed, customers in Alaska report that it remains evergreen even there if protected suffi...
Stock Number: 41196
A golden-centered sport of `Plume d'Or' selected by Ken Frieling and introduced by the Glasshouse Works greenhouses. The deeply lobed, self-branching foliage makes this a full, handsome container subject; so far, a fair to good outdoor groundcover here in SE Ohio, burning only during severe cold spells without snowcove...
Stock Number: 58490
Dimunitive and self branching tumbling tuffet of tiny round lobed three dimensional leaves.
Stock Number: 41221
Thickly veined elongated leaves with spear lobes--formerly offered as H. h. 'Monstrose'. The "Bamboo-leaved Ivy" as the conspicuous raised veins run parallel until they reach the tips of the long twisted lobes. Unique.
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Stock Number: 41401
Pat Hammer's marvelous find: creamy white splotched and mottled sport of `Shamrock.' Similar to 'Chrysandra' but far more tostled, congested, and rumpled: how more Victorian can a plant be? More successfully presented as a mounding, rather than vining, highly variegated 3-D ivy,
Stock Number: 54504
Girard Nursery's name for this sophisticated "Bonsai Ivy" with each tiny deeply cut leather leaf segment (typically five lobes) entwined short stems studded with foliaged spur growths. Very small tuffets develop--thus a terrarium favorite as well.
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