Boston Ivy {3 1/2 in. Pots, min 25}

Parthenocissus tricuspidata (AKA Japanese Creeper, Grape Ivy, Japanese Ivy)
Pronunciation: par-then-oh-SISS-us try-kuss-pih-DAY-tuh
Product: 2058

25 - 249: $9.47 each250 - 999: $9.17 each
1000 - 2499: $8.71 each2500 - 4999: $8.53 each
5000 - 9999: $8.25 each10000 - 19999: $7.79 each
20000+: $7.34 each
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(minimum of 25) 3 1/2 in. Pots
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If what you are after is a blaze of vivid red color in early autumn, and a rapidly spreading show of green during spring and summer, you will certainly want to take a good look at Parthenocissus tricuspidata, commonly referred to as Japanese Creeper and Boston Ivy.

Highly useful for both erosion control and naturalizing, Japanese Creeper is also salt tolerant, making it a lovely choice for seaside scapes.

If you are considering purchasing this plant in bare root form, please read about bare root plants so you know what to expect.

See example bare root Boston Ivy plants.

Please note that bare root Parthenocissus will tend to drop many (sometimes all) of their leaves during shipment. It is not a cause for concern, it does not mean that the plants suffered unusual stress during transit.

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General information about Parthenocissus:
When given something to climb, this this aggressive creeper will use his adhesive tendrils to climb heights up to 100 feet. A deciduous woody vine that spreads indefinitely with dark-green leaves divided into three leaflets, it is widely grown as an ornamental plant for climbing (and covering) buildings. In the summer, this practice is economically important due to it significantly reducing cooling costs (by providing shade for walls).

Contrary to what some believe, this plant does not penetrate building surfaces: it merely attaches itself by way of adhesive pads. Nevertheless, damage can occur when plants are ripped off these structures while still alive. If you sever its vines from the root, its adhesive pads will eventually deteriorate to where easy removal is possible.
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05/04/2016 By Dennis Palys
Product reviewed: Boston Ivy {3 1/2 in. Pots, min 25}

Plants looked very good upon arrival. Will use to cover ugly wall and honor the Cubs.
Boston Ivy
05/08/2014 By Rosanne Clifford
Product reviewed: Boston Ivy {3 1/2 in. Pots, min 25}

I was very nervous to order plants online but was very pleased when the shipment arrive. The plants were all packed very safe and secure in the box and were all extremely healthy. We planted them the next day and they are doing extremely well.
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05/04/2014 By Leslie Murphy
Product reviewed: Boston Ivy {3 1/2 in. Pots, min 25}

Revitalizing a NYC backyard and need to cover a concrete wall. Did our research and settled upon Boston Ivy for the job. With a little more research we found Classy Groundcovers not only had exactly what we wanted but at a decent price, too.
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No unusual shipping concerns for this plant.
FREE SHIPPING - Classy Groundcovers offers free shipping, and your plants never spend more than three days in transit.

Precise delivery - another benefit from shopping with us is that you know how many days delivery will take and can control exactly when your order will be shipped.

Shipping information that applies to all plants:
- Transit Time For Your Shipment (at most 3 days)
- When We Ship
- You May Specify Your Shipping Date
- Lookup Shipping Date and Tracking Information
- Special Delivery Instructions
- No Shipments To: AK, AZ, CA, HI, NV, OR, WA or internationally
- Changing Your Shipping Date
- Accepting Delivery
- Unpacking Your Order
- Returns
Avoid watering Boston Ivy excessively (more than once a week for potted plants, more than twice a week for bare root plants for the first three months); more deaths are due to overwatering than any other cause. They do not require supplemental watering except during periods of drought when normal rainfall is sparse. During these periods, water Boston ivy every week or so (preferably with warm water).

Not tolerant of flooding or wet soils.
General information that applies to all plants:
- Ground preparation, fertilization, pH
- Planting instructions
- Explanation and description of bare roots
- How to plant bare root plants
- If you cannot plant bare roots right away

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