Question by  camfishy8 (55)

Why causes dried out leaves on my Swedish ivy?


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

In winter months, the dry air inside can cause leaves to dry out. These plants need to be misted regularly and soil should be kept moist. Use tepid to warm water for misting and watering. Fertilize spring thru fall and prune vines directly above a leaf to keep full and bushy. You can make new plants from cuttings.


Answer by  TMyers (1084)

There are many causes for dried out leaves. The best solutions for them are to move the ivy to an area with more sunlight, fertilize and water the plant, and if those solutions do not work, try getting a larger planter and transplanting it. Other than that, there may be a nutrient imbalance.


Answer by  worker5534 (518)

The swedish ivy is a common evergreen climbing plant. In summer season it wants more water for its reapiration and photosynthesis. while photosynthesis more energy require. That energy takes place from the water molecules. But in the summer season there will be scarsity of water avilable. For want of water leaves dried out.


Answer by  sharon63 (520)

Overwatering is the most likely cause. Swedish Ivy should be watered thoroughly and then be allowed to dry completely before rewatering.

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