Boston Ivy Plant - Parthenocissus ticuspidata Veitchii - 2.5" Pot

Price: $12.99

  • Self-clinging tendrils
  • Immediate shipping. Dormant shipping in winter.
  • Hardy Zones: 4-8

50 Seeds Parthenocissus Tricuspidata Seeds, Boston Ivy Seeds

50 Seeds Parthenocissus Tricuspidata Seeds, Boston Ivy Seeds

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Boston Ivy

Boston Ivy

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  • Package contains 1 plant start
  • This item will bloom
  • Parthinocissus tricuspidata

Ivy, Boston Ivy, Climbing Vine Perennial, 100 Seeds! Groco

Ivy, Boston Ivy, Climbing Vine Perennial, 100 Seeds! Groco

Price: $1.38

  • BOSTON IVY (Parthenocissus tricuspidata) Winner/ buyer gets appx. 100 seeds!! Perennial Fast growing vine Bright fall color Full sun or shade Hardy zones 4-8
  • This is a fast growing vine that can be grown on any rough surface, growing up to 50 ft long. Also turns beautiful red in fall, but green in spring. Vines can grow 30 to 50 feet long or can be trimmed to size.

BIG PACK - 1/2 oz (450+ Seeds) Woodbine Grape Boston Japanese Creeper Ivy Parthenocissus tricuspidata Seeds - By MySeeds.Co

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  • Flowering Plant In The Crape Family ~!!
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Growing Boston Ivy

Got a wall? Need a climber? James Alexander-Sinclair points you towards Parthenocissus tricuspidata (Boston ivy) for a spectacular autumn display of fiery colours. If gardening is your bag...

Lewis lifts Harvard back atop Ivy - Boston Herald

Chris Lewis scored a career-best 25 points and Harvard handed Penn its first Ivy League setback of the season with a 76-67 victory yesterday at Lavietes Pavilion.

Lewis was 10-of-14 from the field for the Crimson (12-11, 7-1), who have won three straight and are tied with Penn (17-7, 7-1) for first place in the conference standings. Seth Towns added 17 points and Justin Bassey had 12...

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  2. Master Gardeners' Journal: Please don't eat the berries
    Decorative ivies such as Boston ivy, English ivy, and poison ivy all produce colorful berries that are lovely to look at but may cause stomach upset, and even be fatal if consumed. In particular, Boston ivy berries contain calcium oxalates, needle-like
  3. Sandwich School Board Votes To Send Students To China
    However, Ms. Wu said that if a child were known to have any special education needs, the sooner Boston Ivy knows about those needs the better able the company is to provide proper services and prepare the Chinese host family and school for the needs of 
  4. New York Times Boston Grapples With Faneuil Hall, Named for a Slaveholder
    BOSTON — The national wave of renamings of statues, monuments and parks that recall the days of slavery is lapping at Faneuil Hall, the historic Georgian brick meetinghouse in downtown Boston that is synonymous with revolutionary fervor and among the
  5. Sandwich School Committee Mulls Student China Trip
    The trip would be coordinated through Boston Ivy Education, a Boston-based academic and cultural exchange firm. While Sandwich has never sent students to China, other districts in Massachusetts have gone through Boston Ivy to conduct similar trips.


  1. Boston Ivy. Parthenocissus tricuspidata. Boston Ivy is a deciduous vine with bluish fruits and bright red fall foliage. A member of the grape family, Boston Ivy is commonly used as a decorative addition for buildings.
  2. True climbers, Boston ivy vines attach to masonry and wooden walls. Learn how to grow this classic vine (it differs from English ivy).
  3. Parthenocissus tricuspidata is a flowering plant in the grape family native to eastern Asia in Japan, Korea, and northern and eastern China.Although unrelated to true ivy, it is commonly known as Boston ivy, grape ivy, and Japanese ivy, and also as Japanese creeper, and by the name woodbine (though the latter may refer to a number of different ...
  4. Noteworthy Characteristics. Parthenocissus tricuspidata, commonly called Boston ivy, is a rapid-growing, deciduous, woody vine that typically grows 30-50’ long or more.It is a vigorous tendril climber that needs no support.
  5. Boston ivy plants are attractive, climbing vines that cover outer walls of many older buildings, particularly in Boston. Get information and tips on caring for this plant in the article that follows.
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