Ivies (Aura Garden Handbooks)

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The ivy is quite a well-known plant that forms an unnoticed background in both the countryside and the garden, and gives versatility in covering ground, climbing walls, trailing from baskets, and tumbling from containers in a variety of colour and leaf shapes. The ivy itself is an ancient plant native to Europe, Asia and North Africa, that reached its peak in popularity in Victorian times. This book explains the two distinct growing forms of the ivy and offers practical advice on the rather complex method of propagating varigated varieties. The "60 of the best" section lists old varieties dating back to the 1800s, and more recent and unusual cultivars.

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