Ivy 'Golden Ingot'
Hedera helix 'Golden Ingot'
Also known as
Ivy, Ivy 'Golden Ingot'
5 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
Ivy 'Golden Ingot' Overview
This variegated ivy with small leaves blotched light & dark green and irregular bright yellow markings is not an invasive type. It's marbled effect is brightest in full sun but prefers cool temperatures as the yellow can turn a lighter cream colour in warmer months. This ivy has been awarded a RHS AGM as well as voted 2003 Ivy of the Year by the American Ivy Society.
Common problems with Ivy 'Golden Ingot'
This Ivy can also suffer from scale insects.
How to harvest Ivy 'Golden Ingot'
Generally not harvested but foliage can be taken & used in flower arrangements.
How to propagate Ivy 'Golden Ingot'
Take softwood cuttings at any time, semi-ripe or hardwood cuttings can be taken from Summer to Winter.
Can be done at any time
Special features of Ivy 'Golden Ingot'
Attracts useful insects
Suitable for hanging baskets or trailing over the edge of large containers.
Other uses of Ivy 'Golden Ingot'
A low maintenance plant that provides a counterpoint to more vibrant plants it's subtle markings make this foliage plant very adaptable as either an indoor or outdoor plant. It can be grown in containers for it's trailing habit or left to act as ground/fence cover if planted in garden borders.