English Ivy Varigated
Ivy, also known as Hedera, uses it clinging roots to climb up walls, fences and tree trunks.Although you might think of ivy as a rambling, outdoor plant, it also makes a good houseplant when given the right conditions. Ivy can be grown indoors in a hanging basket or pot, allowed to trail over the pot's edges, or with a support or trained onto a topiary form to make a living, indoor sculpture.
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English Ivy thrives well in bright indirect Light. Direct sunlight can scorch their leaves.
Follow Drying out in between watering. Excess water can be detrimental.
The Soil need to be fertile and well drained where there is no water logging. Fertile soil rich in humus can be prepared.
Caring for ivy plants should also include regular fertilizing. Fertilize your ivy about once a month in the spring, summer and fall with a Water soluble, nitrogen-rich fertilizer.