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    In Our Kitchen

    49" Ivy Topiary in Pot

    FreshTopiary

    This sale ended on 03/09 at 08AM

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    Formal but not at all fussy, the English ivy topiary ball is a living decoration that appeals to just about everyone. Grown under optimal conditions in central California, this easy-to-care-for live ivy topiary ball comes contained in a red plastic grower's pot.

    Founded in 2005 by a husband-and-wife team, FreshTopiary has quickly become one of the largest online topiary retailers in the country. Unlike topiaries purchased at nurseries and home improvement stores, these plants are shipped directly from the grower to you, which means you can be certain of receiving only the greenest, freshest plants.

    Product Information

    Made of:
    ivy; pot, plastic
    Size:
    15" x 49"
    Color:
    green
    Care:
    Instructions attached to plant. Allow soil to become dry, but not parched, between waterings; avoid over-watering, and do not let roots stand in water. Add granular fertilizer to soil once every spring following application directions and avoiding contact with the leaves.
    Please note:
    On June 1, 2010, the Oregon Department of Agriculture banned the sale, transport, or propagation of English Ivy.