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* Most pollutants, especially formaldehyde.
* Another hardy, very popular plant, often used in public spaces.
* Easy to grow, very adaptable, except for high temperatures.
With lobed leaves and lush, trailing vines, English Ivy is a beautiful accent plant.
It's a vigorous grower with strong, wiry stems densely covered with distinctive foliage. Although commonly grown as a hanging plant indoors, its aerial roots can easily be trained to climb a moss stick or trellis.
There are hundreds of types of ivy varieties -- some with plain green leaves, others are variegated with yellow, gold or creamy white.
Tips for Growing English Ivy House Plants
Cool, moist air and evenly moist soil will help your English Ivy thrive indoors. Protect it from drafts. Mist the plant often to keep its leaves from drying out. Misting also helps to keep away spider mites that love to attack this plant.
Growing ivy with plenty of bright light will help variegated ivies to keep their color. Prune off any stems of variegated ivy that reverts to all green.
CAUTION: The leaves of this plant are poisonous if eaten and it can cause skin irritation. It's a good idea to wear gloves while handling this plant.