Air purifying English Ivy / Hedera Helix
Light: Bright light, but no direct sun. Ivy thrives under fluorescent light. If a variegated variety changes to mostly green, it isn't getting enough light. Water: Keep soil evenly moist but not soggy spring through fall; slightly drier in winter.
Humidity: Raise the humidity by misting with water or standing the plant on a tray of wet pebbles.
Temperature: Cool to average room temperatures 50-70°F/10-21°C Soil: Soilless potting mix or any that provides good drainage. Fertilizer: Feed monthly from spring through fall with a high-nitrogen liquid fertilizer.
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• English ivy plants (Hedera helix) are superb climbers, clinging to almost any surface by means of small roots that grow along the stems.
• English ivy care is a snap, so you can plant it in distant and hard-to-reach areas without worrying about maintenance.
• Plant English ivy in a shady area with an organically rich soil.
• If your soil lacks organic matter, amend it with compost before planting.
• Space the plants 18 to 24 inches apart, or 1 foot apart for quicker coverage.
• The vines grow 50 feet long or more, but don’t expect quick results in the beginning.
• The first year after planting, the vines grow very slowly, and in the second year they begin to put on noticeable growth. By the third year the plants take off, and quickly cover trellises, walls, fences, trees or anything else they encounter.
• These plants are useful as well as attractive.
• Care: There’s very little involved with English ivy care. Water them often enough to keep the soil moist until the plants are established and growing. These vines grow best when they have plenty of moisture, but they tolerate dry conditions once established.
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