Creeping Charlie - Hanging Basket
What I need to be happy in your home:
Light: Swedish Ivy plants require bright indirect light, but no direct sun. Inadequate light causes a Swedish Ivy to "reach' for the light and become leggy.
Water: Allow the top 30% of the soil to dry out before watering. Most people kill a Swedish Ivy by over-watering and causing root rot. Yellow leaves indicate the plant is over-watered. The leaves become soft and dull green when a Swedish Ivy needs water. You can save an under-watered Swedish Ivy but it is hard to save an over-watered plant.