English Ivy

Hedera helix


Despite its great beauty and benefits, we do not sell the Hedera helix ‘Common Ivy’ on GardenaMart due to its extreme danger toxic to your family, children, neighbors, pets, and all animals around your home.

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English Ivy Care Tips

Sun & Light

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Regular Watering





About English Ivy

Hedera helix For Sale Egypt, English Ivy For Sale Egypt.

Previously known as: Hedera communis, Hedera poetica.

Algerian Ivy, Baltic Ivy, Branching Ivy, California Ivy, Common Ivy, English Ivy, Glacier Ivy, Hahn’s Self Branching English Ivy, Needlepoint Ivy, Sweetheart IvyEnglish Ivy For Sale Egypt, Hedera helix, European ivy.


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Botanical Name

Hedera helix


Common Ivy, English Ivy, Algerian Ivy, Baltic Ivy, Branching Ivy, California Ivy, Glacier Ivy, Hahn's Self Branching English Ivy, Needlepoint Ivy, Sweetheart Ivy.


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– According to NASA’s clean air study, the English Ivy helps eliminate VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) like toluene, octane, benzene, trichloroethylene, and other toxins from the air.
– The English Ivy significantly enhances the humidity of your room as it transpires greatly.
– According to research by Oxford University, English Ivy was found to keep homes 15% warmer during winters and 36% cooler in summers.
– English Ivy requires no particular environment to grow. The plant can adapt itself to any soil type.
– English Ivy protects your walls from salt, frost, and pollution if you grow them to cover your walls. It also helps your homes to get rid of molds.
– English Ivy is known for attracting bees, beneficial insects, birds, butterflies​/​moths and other pollinators. It is a caterpillar food plant, has nectar/pollen rich flowers, provides shelter and habitat, has seeds for birds and makes a good wildlife hedge.
Hedera helix was found in the Caucasus Mountains in Eurasia and was first introduced around the 1720s.
English Ivy is identified as a weed in the ecosystem but continues to be sold in marketplaces because of its ornamental plants.
English Ivy is a houseplant and plant that can grow wildly, making its jungle.
English ivy has become a common sight, growing on buildings and walls around the world.
It may not flower properly while kept indoors, but growing it outdoors can give you nectar-rich flowers and berries.
* Hedera is toxic to humans and many animals, it contains toxic, irritant, and allergenic compounds in all plant parts.
** This plant should not be grown in preschools, playgrounds, child care settings, kids/pets play areas or animal shelters, and access should be restricted in homes with toddlers or kids (including homes or places where kids/pets may visit).

The biggest drawback of English ivy is its interference with other plants. Once you establish it, it will take over the area and might actually slow the growth of native plants. Sometimes the other plants will quit growing altogether or even die off.

English ivy can and will climb whatever is nearby. It will crawl up your siding, spread along the roof, or grow up the trunks of any nearby trees. Though this may suit the aesthetic you’re going for, it’s important to be aware of the eventual stress and structural issues that the vine can cause to trees and buildings. You may need to cut it back repeatedly to avoid permanent damage.
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