Hedera hibernica

The Irish ivy is very hard to distinguish from Hedera helix without a hand lens and many cultivars may yet be moved from one to the other!

For garden use there is little difference between the species.

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Hedera hibernica 'Dealbata'

Hedera hibernica 'Dealbata'£4.50

An old variety with new growth strongly marked with random white blotches that fade as the leaf ages to give a dark green leaf. Small, neat growth.

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Hedera hibernica 'Spetchley'

Hedera hibernica 'Spetchley'£4.50

AGM Delightful tiny leaves on this slow growing form densely arranged on red stems. Can grow as groundcover (in a trough?) or will climb in time. Sun or shade.

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Hedera hibernica ex RBGE Type plant

Hedera hibernica ex RBGE Type plant£4.50

Propagated from the Type plant for the species at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. Silver-grey veined climber/groundcover, evergreen and tough but controllable.

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