How do you plant Thorndale English ivy?
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Plant in full sun, partial shade or full shade in well drained soil. Hedera Throndale adapts to most soil types well and tolerates short periods of drought. 'Thorndale' can be used as a ground cover or trained to climb on vertical surfaces. The foliage turns reddish during the winter.
How do you plant English ivy ground cover?
Amend the soil with organic compost; work in well. Dig a hole for each plant that is about 3 to 4 inches deep and slightly wider than the root ball. Space plants about 6 to 12 inches apart, and within two years the ivy will grow together to form a thick ground covering.
How do you plant ivy outside?
Select a moist, shaded outdoor location to plant ivy vines in fall or early spring. Dig into the soil to loosen it, and mix a 3-inch layer of compost or well-rotted manure with the soil. If you want to grow ivy vines in a container, plan to plant a single vine in a small pot or two or three vines in a larger pot.