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Friday, January 9, 2009

Cymbalaria-Kenilworth Ivy

Propagating Cymbalaria or Kenilworth Ivy can be done either in the spring or fall by digging up the rhizomes that have rooted away from the parent plant. Kenilworth Ivy prefers cool summers but is evergreen in mild winters. Blooms are bluish tints, either light or dark, and pink, flowers from spring-summer and prefers afternoon sun especially in warmer zones, and can be walked on lightly so it is a good filler for flagstone walkways since it only reaches 2" in height.

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