|Swedish Ivy - Plectranthus verticilatus|
SWEDISH IVY - Plectranthus verticilatus
Swedish Ivy is a fast grower and needs occasional pruning to keep it bushy. Use these cuttings for propagation. In the right environment a Swedish Ivy will produce tiny little white flower fronds.
LIGHT: Swedish Ivy likes moderate to bright filtered light. Avoid direct sunlight.
WATER: Keep soil moist at all times but avoid saturation. They will tolerate occasional dryness at the roots with no harm to the plant. Reduce water during the winter months.
TEMPERATURE: Provide good air circulation but avoid cold drafts. Minimum temperatures should be no less than 50 degrees.
This plant is often available in 8" hanging baskets.