Swedish Ivy AKA: Plectranthus verticillatus, Swedish begonia… Swedish Ivies are lush, almost succulent– like plants with long, trailing, thick stems. The 1”-1.5” leaves are rounded with scalloped edges. The thick, bright green leaves are shaped more like a coleus leaf than an ivy leaf. A Swedish Ivy makes a wonderful houseplant, growing quickly even for new plant enthusiasts. It’s best displayed in a hanging basket. Swedish ivy looks best in a hanging basket, which allows its trailing branches to drape gracefully. Light: As an indoor plant, it prefers bright light, but outdoors it must be kept in the shade—direct sun burns the leaves. Water: Plant Swedish ivy in any good quality well drained potting media. When the top inch of the soil feels dry to the touch, water your plant well, but never let it sit in water
* The plants in the picture are only for reference.
The size and shape of pot may vary according to availability.
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