Gold child ivys are popular because they have a long bloom time and their flowers are very fragrant. They are also easy to grow, making them a good choice for beginners.
English Ivy Gold Child – 6″ Pot
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One of the most important things to consider when planning your garden is how you will plant it. The right plants will fill in any gaps in your landscape and provide color and texture, while the wrong plants can take over and become invasive. Learn which plants are best suited for your soil type, what to do if they start to spread, and more in this article on how to plant a garden with gold child ivy.
- Read about basic tips regarding planting: What plants do well; which plants may take over and become invasive and more.
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- Check soil type
- Keep an eye out for vetch and dandelions
- Know what to do if the plants start to spread and you cant control it
- This article is filled with garden planting tips from planning your design to utilizing plants that are nearly impossible.
- The proper time for planting gold child ivy is at the end of April through July.
- Avoid fools ivy and substitute day lilies instead.