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You might be wondering: where does the Hadera Hedera Helix come from? Well, it appears naturally in Western Asia and throughout Europe, and it requires little to nothing from you in order to grow properly. It’s an extremely popular member of the Araliaceae plant family, characterized primarily by its swift growth and incredible self-reliance. So long as you can provide it with the basic water, temperature and feeding conditions that it enjoys, you can sit back and enjoy its rapid growth without breaking a sweat.
The leaves of the English Ivy Plant grow neatly along thin vines, which are virtually always growing. You’ll find that your plant might begin spilling out from the sides of its pot fairly early on, which is why so many ivy owners prefer to display their plants as either hanging pieces or growing across empty wall space. Since it’s not very fickle about where it grows and responds well to being trained, there are countless creative ways in which you can showcase your ivy without harming it.
Many consider the English Ivy, as well as other similar ivy plants, to be perfect for those just beginning on their houseplant journey. So long as you don’t mind a plant that grows rapidly and likes to take up as much space as possible, Ivy is a low-risk, high-reward option that can seamlessly fit into nearly any household. It is mildly toxic when ingested, so make sure that no curious children or pets get too interested in it.