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The ivy plant makes an easy and attractive accent plant. A fast grower (given the right conditions), you can keep ivy as a trailing plant in a hanging pot or even train it to climb up a trellis or pole. This plant thrives with a little extra humidity, either by misting, humidifier, or pebble tray, and cooler indoor temperatures. This listing is for assorted ivy, which means there are several colorations and types of leaves you could receive.
Light: Bright light, but no direct sun. Ivy thrives under fluorescent light. If a variegated variety changes to mostly green, it isn't getting enough light.
Water: Keep soil evenly moist but not soggy spring through fall; slightly drier in winter when growth is slower. Wilted leaves are a symptom of dry soil; however, root rot caused by soggy soil will also cause leaves to wilt. It's a good idea to use a container with drainage holes. Water thoroughly, then empty drainage tray.