How to take care of Me:
Water once in 2 days or 3 days during raining day. Bright and indirect sunlight. Fertilizer requires when it does not look so good,
Water them often enough to keep the soil moist until the plants are established and growing. These vines grow best when they have plenty of moisture, but they tolerate dry conditions once established.
Position your indoor English ivy in bright, indirect or filtered light, but don’t place the plants in direct sunlight English ivy needs bright light. Without enough light, ivy will become leggy, sickly, and prone to pests. Variegated ivies may lose their color variation if they don’t have enough light. Direct sun can lead to leaf burn, however, so indirect light is best. The plant prefers to be at cooler temperatures, like in the 60s (F), and likes humidity.
English ivy seldom needs fertilizer, but if you don’t think your plants are growing as they should, spray them with half-strength liquid fertilizer. If the vines get too long, you can trim them back, and easily root cuttings in water to create new plants.