In late March in Wisconsin, gardeners would love to say “Winter’s over.” But it is fairly commonplace in this state to receive a substantial early spring snowfall in late March or early April. (One storm on April 11, 1973, was especially crippling to the Southeastern Wisconsin area… since we’re already coping with the COVID-19 crisis, let’s hope we won’t have to deal with excessive snow in the weeks ahead!)
This annual ivy is commonly called German ivy. The genus Senecio thrives in sun or part sun, indoors or out. This ivy makes a lovely addition to container plants and exhibits an ideal trailing habit.