Growth Habit: Vining andmuch more compact than its cousins. Can eventually grow to a height of 10 inches. Can be pruned in order to keep desired width.
Pet Friendly: Toxic to cats and dogs
Variegated English Ivy is a slow growing and relatively easy to care for houseplant. Its attractive, creamy, white and green foliage will gracefully cascade down any pot or container. When it comes to indoor spaces a variegated Ivy can really be exactly what you need to jazz up an otherwise boring space.
Variegated English Ivy is a type of vine that is native to Russia, Scandinavia, and Europe. It was brought to the U. S. by settlers in colonial days. English Ivy can be found naturally growing where there is shade and moist, well draining soil.