Can my ivy house plant live in a vase
of water until I get soil.about a week??
yes it can. ivy is hardy and as long as the house is keep at an average tempature in your home and not in a window that has the hotest sunlight of the day. I have ivy and other vine trimmings that I leave in water until they grow root then I plant in dirt. Sometimes it takes longer than a week.
No doubt about it. My Ivy plant has been in water for 2 years. I keep it in the kitchen by my window, in a silver container. It's as healthy as anything and I don't have to fuss with soil. All I do is give it more water once a week. It's gorgeous.
by rajsinha 10 years ago
In which soil maximum water available to plantclayey,silty,sandy or loamy
by Peeples 6 years ago
What are the best edible plants to plant in poor soil with minimal sun?Are there any edible plants who don't mind horrible dirt (not worthy of being called soil) and minimal, 1-2 hours sun per day?
by mrnasir 9 years ago
like TV,Laptop,Mobile,iPhone,mp3 player>>>movies,songs,facebook,twitter,etc. Yes OR No?If you can live without all of these items, then what will you do?How will you spend your time?
by ambersagen 11 years ago
I'm about to move out on my own and was just wondering what other singles spend each month on groceries. It seems like what I've worked out so far for my buget has a huge chunk needed for food so I'm curious.
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