English Ivy Green 4" Pot

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A versatile houseplant that can be grown in many different situations, ivies can be grown in hanging baskets, at the base of other houseplants and in pots of their own. Ivy is often trained on trellis frames or wire topiary forms into various formal or whimsical shapes.  While most ivy are virtually unlimited in their spread, you can easily keep them pruned to almost any size that you want when grown as houseplants. Small leafed, slow growing types are easier to maintain in a small pot. Large leafed, rapid growers are ideal for hanging baskets. Ornamental ivies have an amazing range of different foliage types. The leaves of some are as large as a saucer while others have leaves smaller than a dime. Many have leaves edged, splashed or centered with silver, gray green, white, cream, yellow, chartreuse or gold.



  • LIGHT: Bright light, but not hot sun. Some tolerate low to medium light, but growth is reduced and variegated forms may turn all green. To maintain the bright color of variegated ivy, give it plenty of light. Ivies can be grown with artificial light, or near a north, east or west window.


  • WATER: In the summer allow this plant to dry 1/3 of the way down, and in winter up to 1/2, before you water again.  Do not allow to sit in water.


  • TEMPERATURE: 10-21°C during the day and about 10°C lower at night.  Cool temperatures and high humidity discourage spider mites.   Although ivies prefer moderate humidity, they will tolerate normal low home levels. Raise the humidity by setting the plants on a tray of wet pebbles, but do not allow these plants to sit in water. Ivies benefit from good air circulation.
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