Question by  marns (77)

How do you transplant English ivy?


Answer by  case (1261)

English ivy is a very hardy plant and for the most part is easy to transplant. You will need to find where the ivy is growing out of ground. Take a small shovel and get the ivy up with dirt and roots. Then take what you have dug up and place in a ten inch hole, cover, and water regularly.


Answer by  SandyB (59)

There are three ways to transplant hedera helix. Dividing the clump by pulling the root ball apart and planting each part. Softwood cuttings eight inches long will root in damp sand. Tip layering is the third way. Pin the stem to the soil and new roots will form.


Answer by  Zaka (2315)

With a shovel and a transplanting site. Available water and fertilizer. Make a hole and stick the transplanted plant into it. Water it immediately, but not excessively.


Answer by  leelee02 (43)

Grab a handful of the vines and find the root ball of the section you want to move. Dig up as much of the root as you can. To replant dig a hole a little larger than the root ball. Place in the hole and cover completely with dirt.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

Any type of ivy is easy to grow. Take a cutting and put in water until a root has formed. Plant the root in potting soil and water daily. In about 2 weeks you will see new sprouts start. Let is grown on a small house trellis.


Answer by  Nanthawat (131)

You can transplant English ivy the same way you would want to transplant other plants, but since ivies ' are 'soft wood', they will be easier to transplant. Just make sure that you give it plenty of water, maybe watering it once every two days to make sure that the soil stays moist.


Answer by  muzikpimp420 (21)

You start by grabbing a handful of vines and searching for the root ball. Next dig out the root ball trying not to damage it. Remove any brown parts of the plant before replanting then dig a hole bigger than the root ball and place it in.

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