2-3 Feet Hanging English IvyRegular price $39.00
English Ivy is especially well suited to hanging baskets. The long vines drape down, eventually reaching the floor and providing a cascade of foliage. Plant Size 10" grower...
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English Ivy is especially well suited to hanging baskets. The long vines drape down, eventually reaching the floor and providing a cascade of foliage.
10" grower pot hanging basket
Grown outdoors: English ivy plants grow well in part shade to full shade.
Grown indoors: She needs bright, indirect light in summer but can benefit from some direct light in winter.
When watering your ivy, always check the soil before adding water. Ivies prefer to be kept slightly on the dry side, so let the soil dry out some (dry to the touch on top) before you water your ivy plants again. Also, make sure that your plant has excellent drainage. Ivy should not be kept in standing water or overly wet soil.
Plant Specific Care
She does best in potting mix that is loose and well-drained.
Temperature and Humidity
English Ivy plants can grow in temperatures between 45 degrees Fahrenheit and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Their leaves will stay dark green when grown in steady temperatures and medium to high humidity. It does not like cold winter wind or high summer heat.
Try to keep indoor plants cool at night, below 60 degrees Fahrenheit if possible. In some areas and with some species of ivy, it's possible to keep potted plants outdoors in winter, and new growth emerges from the stems in spring.
Feed English ivy every two weeks during the spring and summer seasons.