Cathy Isom has some helpful information about the popular houseplant with remarkable survival skills. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours.
If you’re looking for a houseplant that’s virtually hard to kill off, then Devil’s Ivy is one of your best bets.
These versatile plants aren’t just ideal for people who usually have black thumbs. They’re also great for adapting to just about any space you have available for them, and acceptable to grow as a hanging plant.
They thrive in a steamy, humid environment. So placing Devil’s Ivy in a bathroom might be ideal. They’re also happiest in a situation of bright, but indirect sunlight. They are climbers and can attach themselves to just about anything. They also are notably recognized for removing harmful household pollutants from the air.
Just beware, Devil’s Ivy is toxic to pet dogs, cats, birds, and small mammals, so you’ll want to keep them away from your furry and feathered friends.
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