Dwarf Kenilworth Ivy is the perfect miniature garden plant with tiny lavender-colored flowers that resemble miniature snapdragons. The green mat of leaves creep along the ground and root, creating a dense mat that can be stepped on or grown in between pavers.
Also known as ivy-leaved toadflax, coliseum ivy, Oxford ivy, mother of thousands, pennywort and wandering sailor. Who would have thunk such a tiny plant as having so many names?
This plant can be grown indoors too and can be trained to climb on a moss-pole or trellis.
Flowers June through July but we've seen it start to flower in early May. A new favorite!
- Spreads slowly outward
- Long blooming pink flowers in the middle of winter
- Lavender flowers with yellow throats
- Flowers June through July
- 1" to 2" tall
- Spreads 12" to 18" - I think this will continue to spread if given the room
- Cold zones 4 through 8
- Heat Zones 8 through 5
- Well-drained soil
- Full sun to part sun
- Comes in a 4" pot
- An indoor/outdoor plant
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