4" Assorted Ivy
Please note your plant will be chosen randomly.
What I need to be happy in your home:
Light: In both winter and summer, English ivy requires bright light. That being said, you should avoid exposing the vines to direct sunlight in summer, when the weather is already hot and the strong sun could burn the foliage. In winter, plants can accept a bit of direct sunlight, such as when placed in south-facing windows.
Water: English ivy prefers moist, humid conditions, but does not like to be soaking wet or waterlogged. Don’t let the soil dry out and keep it evenly moist. Your English ivy can tolerate minimal drought-like conditions but will produce the most vibrant color in evenly moist soil. When watering your ivy, aim your hose at the base of the plant so you avoid drenching the leaves and thus making the plant vulnerable to fungal diseases.