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English Ivy

English Ivy is easy to grow but it doesn’t like direct sunlight. Keep it in bright indirect sunlight for the best results. It also requires the soil to be moist and the environment to be cool within the 50 to 65 degree F range. It prefers a humid atmosphere so misting is good for its health. Fertilize regularly during the spring and summer months. Ivy is excellent for removing dog feces and mold from the air. The plant is toxic to humans and pets. Ingesting it can cause fever, difficulty breathing, diarrhea, nausea and skin irritation in those sensitive to it.

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