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Boston Ivy
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  • Growing Zones: 4-8
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    Mature Height: 30-40 ft.
    Mature Width: 30-40 ft.
    Sunlight: Full - Partial
    Blooms: N/A
    Spacing: 2-10 ft.
    Botanical: Parthenocissus tricuspidata
    Cannot Ship to: AZ
    Plant Size 3.5 inch pot
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Boston Ivy

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    The Brightest Vine- Great for Reducing AC Bills

    Naturally cool your home in the summer by growing Boston Ivy on your exterior walls.
    This is an effective trick that you can use to cut down on your AC bills. Large, colorful leaves cover your Boston Ivy vine, forming a living green barrier between your home and the hot summer sun.

    Enjoy Amazing Color from a Fast Growing Vine
    Your Boston Ivy has thick green leaves in the spring and summer- easily blocking the hot sun and cooling your home. In early fall, the leaves turn bright red-orange, and then get redder as the season progresses... your ivy explode with color when the rest of your landscape turns dull. It is often referred to as the brightest vine you can grow.

    Low Maintenance and Easy to Grow
    Your ivy is a very fast grower, so you don't have to wait long to enjoy its cooling effect. Doesn't need much attention or water- it even trains itself to climb vertically.

    Looks Great Anywhere in your Landscape
    Show off this vibrant vine anywhere you can. We recommend growing Boston Ivy on...

    • privacy fences & walls
    • gazebos
    • trellises

    It easily climbs trees, walls, or anything vertical. You can also grow it as a bright ground cover. Plant it anywhere you want some color.

    Boston Ivy isn't picky about soil types and easily adapts to your yard. It thrives almost anywhere in the country!

    The word is out on Boston Ivy. Everyone loves its color, low maintenance and cooling effect... so be sure to order yours now before they're all gone.

    Drops its Leaves in the Fall and Winter
    Just when temperatures start to dip in mid-October, the Boston Ivy drops its leaves. This allows much needed sunlight to reach your house and warm up your home, saving money on potential heating bills. Don't worry- once the temperatures begin to rise again in late March, the leaves come back!

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