Boston Ivy Leaf Drop: Reasons For Leaves Falling From Boston Ivy

By Teo Spengler Vines can be deciduous plants that lose their leaves in winter, or evergreen plants that hold onto their leaves all year long. It is not surprising when deciduous vine foliage changes colors and falls in autumn. However, when you see evergreen plants losing leaves, you know that something is wrong. Although many ivy plants are evergreen, Boston ivy (Parthenocissus tricuspidata) is deciduous. It is perfectly normal to see your Boston ivy losing leaves in autumn. However, Boston ivy leaf drop can also be a sign of disease. Read on to find out more about Boston ivy leaf drop. Leaves Falling from Boston Ivy in Autumn Boston ivy is a vine that is especially popular in dense, urban areas where a plant has nowhere to go but up. This ivy’s beautiful, deeply lobed leaves are glossy on both sides and coarsely toothed around the edges. They look stunning

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