Live Heart Topiary Plants
If you love the look of a HEART and are in the market for something that would look special for your tabletop, a Live Heart Topiary Plant is the perfect choice. This is a potted live topiary plant that can brighten any occasion and would make a lovely gift for someone who means the world to you.
These little plants are lovely either inside or outside when the weather is warm. Wrapped in ribbon or accented in a colorful bud of a flower, these Live Heart Topiary Plants will make you smile whenever you see it. Ivy Live Topiaries are a great way to add an unexpected splash of fun greenery to a table or shelf and the Angel Vine Live Topiary offers an especially grand treat by making the shape of a heart with the vines of the Ivy. Let somebody know how much you love them when you give them this as a gift. Ivy’s are easy to take care of and one shaped like a heart of course never disappoints. When you add your own personal touches you'll feel like you've help create one of your most favorite items in your home. Enjoy this exquisite piece for years to come.
How to Water & Prolong the Life for your Fresh Heart Ivy Topiary:
Take care to prolong the life of your greenery by keeping plants away from heating vents and sunny windows. Mist greenery every day or two if possible.
Watering Tip: Le the soil dry so much that the leaves wilt. Let the pot drain for at least five to 10 minutes, and then pour the water out of the saucer. If your pot doesn't have a removable drainage saucer, remove the hanging basket from the hook. Hold the container over a sink and water slowly under water trickles through the drainage hole. Allow the container to drain thoroughly before returning it to the hanger. Check the container often to look for dry solil and repeat as stated above.
Placement: First, how much light will it need? There should be a plastic tag stuck in the dirt or a sticker on the side of the pot that will tell you all about the plant. Does it need low light, medium light, filtered light, or full sun? If you have a specific place you want the plant, make sure you buy a type that can handle the amount of light in that area. Second, how much water does it need? Is it going to require a lot of attention to keep it moist? Are you willing to give it that attention? Does it need humidity? Do you live in a dry climate? And last of all, how fast does it grow and how big does it get? Maybe you have a smaller pot you want it to live in but it grows fast and before you know it you need to transplant it.