The best time to water your Ivy indoors is when the soil is dry to the touch, but not completely dry yet.
On average, this means you should water your English Ivy once every 7 days.
The English Ivy loves indirect sunlight.
You shouldn't put it in a spot where it gets direct sunlight as this might cause sunburns to show up on the English Ivy.
The soil for your English Ivy should hold onto moisture for a few days and then dry up completely.
Your English Ivy loves to the soil to dry out completely before being watered again, so the soil should drain the excess water.
Your English Ivy is a fast-growing plant that needs a lot of energy to grow this quickly.
You should fertilize your English Ivy once per month in the spring and summer to help it stay healthy.
The English Ivy is toxic to your pets and should unfortunately be kept out of reach for them.
If you notice your pet has chewed on your English Ivy be sure to call your veterinarian right away.