A variegated - but slightly frost-sensitive - cultivar of Algerian ivy.
Common name : Algerian ivy ‘Marengo glory’
Scientific name : Hedera algeriensis 'Gloire De Marengo'
Family : Araliaceae
Category : Climbing plants
Type of plant : Perennial
'Marengo glory’ is a variegated cultivar of Hedera algeriensis, the Algerian ivy, a species of evergreen ivy native to the North African coast.
Sowing & planting
45 - 1000
7 - 8
Identify my algerian ivy ‘marengo glory’
This ivy is easy to recognize, it has green leaves lined with cream, fairly lobed.
Plant my algerian ivy ‘marengo glory’
Plant your potted ivy in a mix of potting soil and loam. In open soil, plant it in a fertile soil, rich in humus, alkaline, fresh and well drained.
Variegated varieties do not appreciate full sun. In any case, check the development of the cultivar you plant, because common ivy, for example, can reach 10 m in every directions ... which is not suitable for every wall.
Mulch my algerian ivy ‘marengo glory’
Ivy is a solid plant that fears competition, but you can mulch it in the first year.
Water my algerian ivy ‘marengo glory’
Watering is only necessary for potted plants, and the first year in the ground. Inside, let the soil dry between each watering.
Prune my algerian ivy ‘marengo glory’
If your ivy becomes too invasive, you can prune outgoing branches, preferably in March.