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Boston Ivy flowers are small, green, and difficult to locate. They develop into blue-black berries on red stalks, which become apparent after leaves fall. Birds typically consume berries before winter arrives. The foliage of Boston Ivy looks similar to maple leaves, especially when it turns deep red in autumn. It is usually pest-free but Japanese beetles can damage leaves in sunshine. This ivy makes an excellent backdrop for summer flowers, especially reds, yellows, oranges, and whites.
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