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Q.Ivy Spacing

Zone 35016 | Mark Dawsey added on June 5, 2022 | Answered

When planting ivy is there a rule of thumb on how far apart the plants should be from each other? Such as if an ivy plant can grow 15ft tall should I space the plants roughly 10ft from each other on a 4ft tall lattice fence? Currently, I am planning to plan 4 different kinds of ivy on a ~200ft x 4ft fence. Said Ivy are listed below: -Pride of Augusta -Blue Chinese Wisteria -Confederate Jasmine -Asiatic Jasmine V/R,

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Answered on June 6, 2022

Unfortunately, I don't see any cultivars of Ivy listed! However, those vines will need quite a bit of space.

Just be sure to follow the spacing requirements on the tag since it will contain all information needed to plant your specimens.

Spacing requirements for those vines are as follows:

Pride of Augusta- 5'-7'

Blue Chinese Wisteria- 10'-12'

Confederate Jasmine- 3'-5'

Asiatic Jasmine- 3'-6'

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