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Do Ivy Plants Freeze?

Does ivy freeze? I've left it out side in a planter pot all summer and the duration of the winter. It has snowed and gotten below-40 degrees Celsius. I am wondering if it will affect it?

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Hardiness Zone: 2a

By chrystal from St Paul, Alberta

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January 1, 20100 found this helpful

We don't get snow but I have ivy growing on my patio post. It gets freezing cold here. It has not killed it yet ,in 4 years. Guess it will be o k from now on, good luck.

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January 8, 20100 found this helpful

I have an ivy I call English Ivy growing on banks around my home. Its an evergreen vine. I live in Pennsylvania in USDA zone 5b where we get temps below zero.

BTW, I've used it in pottted containers, too. And it lives through the winter in my garage with no light or water. It's pretty hardy.

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