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A picture of a Bryony-Leaved Flowering Ivy

Bryony-Leaved Flowering Ivy

Senecio bryoniifolius

Full Sun
Easy care
Moderate watering
Tender

8a-11b

USDA zone

-12°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

10m

Max

2m

2m

Min

20cm

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

This plant has no fragrance

More images of Bryony-Leaved Flowering Ivy

A flowering branch of the Bryony-leaved flowering ivy
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The Bryony-leaved flowering ivy ( Senecio bryoniifolius ) ‘Elsa Pooley' as a house plant in a container

Bryony-Leaved Flowering Ivy Overview

The Bryony-leaved flowering ivy is a succulent-leaved evergreen creeper with a climbing growth of up to roughly 10 m high. The plant has a twining habit, making it an attractive option for growing on fences, structures and pergolas. The succulent leaves contribute to its drought tolerance, especially during dry winters.

Common problems with Bryony-Leaved Flowering Ivy

Bryony-leaved flowering ivy is generally not bothered by pests and diseases.

    How to harvest Bryony-Leaved Flowering Ivy

    Flowers can be harvested in autumn.

    How to propagate Bryony-Leaved Flowering Ivy

    Cuttings

    Grow from cuttings from spring to autumn, the softwood cuttings should be 5-10 cm long, the lower leaves can be removed, planted in sand or a mixture of sand and peat.

    Special features of Bryony-Leaved Flowering Ivy

    Drought resistant

    The succulent leaves contribute to its drought tolerance, especially during dry winters.

    Pot plant

    Other uses of Bryony-Leaved Flowering Ivy

    No recorded use