This listing is for 1 well rooted starter plant that has been grown in a 3" pot. You will not receive a plant the size of the profile photo.
ATTENTION - I try my best to ensure all plants are in the best possible condition when they are shipped. If there are any problems with your plant, please send me a picture of the plant, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, THE DAY you receive your plant. I cannot be responsible for plants that have been left in the box or not planted right away. Therefor, I cannot replace or refund if I do not receive a picture of the plant the day that the tracking shows it was delivered. However, normal shipping wear should be expected. Sometimes a few leaves may fall off or the leaves may be wilted. No worries, just get your plant into some soil and watered and it will perk right back up in no time.
Plants are shipped out on Monday & Tuesday's only. This is for the plants safety so that it isn't delayed in a warehouse somewhere over the weekend.
You will receive a starter plant that has been grown in a 3” pot. Some of the soil may be removed for shipping. When it is repotted in a larger pot, it will grow very quickly.
This bushy plant has thick stems that grow upright at first, then trail over the sides of a container. Put it in a hanging basket to show off its thickly leaved cascading stems.
Swedish ivy has rounded leaves that are deeply veined with scalloped edges. P. australis is a variety with solid green foliage. The variegated types are more commonly grown as house plants.
You can expect pale lavender or white flowers to appear in spring or summer, but they're not nearly as showy as the foliage.
This also makes a worthy filler plant in a container or in the garden outdoors as ground cover. It grows about a foot tall and half again as wide.
You will receive a nice size starter plant that has been grown in a 3” pot. Some of the soil may be removed for shipping. When it is repotted in a larger pot, it will grow very quickly.
For the plants safety, I will ship on Monday & Tuesday’s only to prevent weekend delays.