Answer: Algerian ivy needs more soil moisture than English ivy, but is relatively tolerant of a wide range of soil pH. Rocky, clay soil will make root establishment slow, but once the ivy gets a foothold, it should produce lots of glossy, green foliage. To help your plants along, water deeply once each week and feed every 2-3 weeks with a half-strength diluted liquid fertilizer. With this special treatment your ivy should perk up right away!
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