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English ivy ( 1 piece )


English Ivy (Hedera helix) is a popular trailing or climbing vine known for its lush, green foliage. Here are some guidelines for orders :

Available Quality Bare rooted ( without pot )
Dispatch time 2 – 3 days
Queries / Problems 7248245615
Shipping Free above orders of Rs 399
Suitable location Indoor and outdoor
Size 3 inches
Cash on delievery Not available ( only prepaid orders )
Age of plant 2 years

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English Ivy (Hedera helix) is a popular trailing or climbing vine known for its lush, green foliage. Here are some guidelines .

Growing and caring for English Ivy:

  1. Light requirements: English Ivy thrives in moderate to bright indirect light. It can tolerate some shade but may not grow as vigorously. Avoid placing it in direct sunlight, as it can scorch the leaves.
  2. Temperature: English Ivy prefers moderate temperatures between 50-75°F (10-24°C). It can tolerate slightly cooler temperatures but may suffer in extreme heat or cold. Protect it from drafts and temperature fluctuations.
  3. Watering: Water your English Ivy regularly to keep the soil evenly moist but not soggy. Allow the top inch (2.5 cm) of soil to dry out between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot. Adjust the watering frequency based on the environmental conditions and the moisture retention of the soil.
  4. Soil: English Ivy thrives in well-draining, fertile soil. Use a high-quality potting mix that retains moisture without becoming waterlogged. Adding organic matter such as compost can improve soil fertility and drainage.
  5. Potting: Choose a container with drainage holes to prevent waterlogging. Repot the plant when it becomes root-bound or every 1-2 years. When repotting, use a slightly larger pot and fresh potting soil. Gently loosen the roots and plant it at the same depth as it was in the previous pot.
  6. Fertilization: Feed your English Ivy with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer during the growing season (spring and summer). Follow the package instructions for the correct dosage and frequency. Avoid overfertilizing, as it can lead to excessive leaf growth and reduced overall health.
  7. Pruning: Regular pruning helps control the growth and shape of English Ivy. Trim back long or leggy stems to promote bushier growth. Remove any dead, damaged, or yellowing leaves. Prune to shape the plant as desired, and remove any invasive growth that may spread to unwanted areas.
  8. Support: English Ivy can be grown as a trailing plant or trained to climb. Provide a trellis, support stakes, or a moss pole for the vines to climb if desired. Regularly check and adjust the support to guide the growth in the desired direction.
  9. Pests and diseases: English Ivy is generally resistant to pests and diseases. However, it can occasionally attract aphids, spider mites, or scale insects. Inspect your plant regularly and treat any infestations with appropriate organic pesticides or insecticidal soaps. Watch out for signs of powdery mildew or root rot, which can occur if the plant is overwatered or in humid conditions.
  10. Indoor vs. outdoor growth: English Ivy can be grown both indoors and outdoors. Indoors, it appreciates the humidity provided by a tray of water near the plant or regular misting. Outdoors, it can tolerate a range of conditions but may require protection from extreme heat or cold depending on your climate.

With proper care and attention, English Ivy can add a touch of elegance to your home or garden. Monitor its growth and adjust care accordingly to keep it healthy and thriving.

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