Cymbalaria muralis | Ivy Leaved Toadflax | Kenilworth Ivy Flower Seeds

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Cymbalaria muralis, also known as the "Kenilworth Ivy," is a creeping or climbing plant that is often used as a ground cover, filling in gaps or cracks in a wall or a hanging plant.

The plant has long, delicate stems that can grow up to 2 ft (60 cm) in length and bear leaves that are shaped like small hearts and range in color from green to gray-green. The blue violet flowers of Kenilworth Ivy are small, snapdragon-like, have yellow throats and typically bloom from spring to autumn. 

Kenilworth Ivy is hardy and easy to grow, making it a popular choice for gardeners. It is also drought-tolerant, making it ideal for xeriscaping. This plant is generally pest and disease-free, and can be propagated from stem cuttings or by division of the root clumps.

In summary, Kenilworth Ivy is a hardy, low-maintenance plant that is ideal for gardeners looking for a ground cover or hanging plant. With its delicate stems and vibrant flowers, it adds a pop of color to gardens and landscapes.

Botanical Name:  Cymbalaria muralis

Syn: Linaria cymbalaria

Common Name: Ivy Leaved Toadflax, Pennywort, Kenilworth Ivy, Mauer-Zimbelkraut, Zimbelkraut

Type: Perennial

Flower Color: Blue violet with yellow throats

Flowering Period: May to September

Plant Height: 4 in. (10 cm)

Light Requirements: Part Shade, Full Shade

Water Requirements: Average

Soil Requirements: Well drained, average soil

USDA Zones: 3-8 (Can be grown as an annual)

Misc: Flowers the first year and will self sow in optimum growing conditions

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