wild version called 'Ivy-leaved Toadflax' in the UK (Thanks to Baa for it's identification!)
Ivy-Leaved Toadflax in Devon, England, April 1988
Grown from seed. It flowered the first year and has flowered early this Spring.
Found growing near University of Washington campus
Growing on wall in UK where it naturalises readily.
Lady Mantle's June 2006
Grows quickly once established. Beautiful, delicate vine. Excellent for use in stone walls.
Great cascading plant for hanging basket...this one is in very deep shade, and still blooming
Kenilworth ivy planted in the ground between paver stones, in semi-shade near violets
Kenilworth ivy planted in the ground between paver stones blooming heavily in semi-shade
This darling Mediterranean plant 'Kenilworth Ivy' is a volunteer in a large pot on my deck. It gets morning and afternoon sun/shade and full shade in the evening which seems to make it very happy.
Found this cymbalaria on a rock wall & planted in my terrarium.Live in BC,Canada
April in Louisville, Kentucky.
I love the way the Kenilworth Ivy completely circled this planter- growing in pure pea gravel!
Growing up a Punga Fern in Bill's November garden in Waihi, New Zealand
The pretty little mauve 'owl-like face' flowers