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...


  1. Boston ivy is a true climber, attaching to masonry and wooden surfaces using holdfasts (aerial roots).Alternatively, you can let it spread out horizontally to function as ground covers.If you don't want the ivy to grow up walls, plant it 15 feet from any structure.
  2. Parthenocissus tricuspidata is a flowering plant in the grape family native to eastern Asia in Korea, Japan, 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 vine species).
  3. Boston ivy control outdoors can be very challenging and many gardeners will advise you not to plant ivy unless it can be confined in a pot or within a bordered space. However, you may have inherited an ivy-filled garden or find this emerald-leaved beauty too hard to resist.
  4. Monrovia's Boston Ivy details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.
  5. Companion Plants For Boston Ivy. Boston ivy has a pronounced presence in the landscape, whether it's climbing a trellis or fence or rambling up the side of a building.
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