Ivy

Posted in Indoor Flowers

If you want to make a change in your life and you don’t know where to start from, here is one idea that we are offering to you! Start by changing something in your house! This change will soon generate a wish for a change in your personal and professional life too.

Well, we have told you about what kind of change to make! Now let us complete our idea with a beautiful indoor flower that will soon steal your heart from the first sight.

Ivy is our recommendation for you! This is an herb with wooden stems and branches, which are very thin and long. These stems and branches can be left to hang or not.

Hedera helix is the common species that grows hanging from tree trunk or old walls. It has persistent leaves with good resistance over the winter.

Ivy is capable of continuous long vegetate. In winter, it feels good at 10 -12 degrees, which is a temperature that assures a slight rest to the indoor flower. So you should take it as an advantage for your time and effort spent to take care of it. Moreover, it is a less demanding heat plant. It feels good and even cool in temperate areas. He likes the shade during the summer, but during the winter it is best to reserve a bright place for it,

Ivy needs little water in summer and in long winter, without leaving the land to dry completely. Leaves should be sprayed with water frequently, especially in hot and dry rooms. Heat and dry air causes the falling-over to the leaves. The substrate can be a fresh garden soil with a little filler of soil, leaves and sand.

Ivy plants are produced easily from stem cuttings of sections, 3-6 cm long, if possible with adventitious roots present. Keep in mind the cuttings, because they are very good tips for you and your beautiful indoor flowers!

Ivy cuttings can be planted directly in pots of 8 cm, 5-6 pieces in a pot, then ensure their high heat and relative humidity. Rooting occurs in about 3 weeks. Fertilization is applied every two weeks throughout the summer, transplantation is necessary only when the roots fill the pot space. The transplantation is to be executed during spring, from March to April.

It seems easy to take care of, right? Just buy such an indoor flower and you will be surprised.