Can Hedera Helix (ivy) regrow roots?


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If i get pieces (twigs) of the plant, Hedera Helix, can the twigs grow roots, if i put them in water for long enough?
 
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Possibly. This time of year most things root quickly and rapidly, but they form water roots if kept in water which are not the same as soil roots. I have been most successful with rooting in soil. Small pots in a shady part of the garden with the soil kept moist root the fastest.
 
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Ivy is very easy to propagate. If you pull off a long bit from the garden, there will probably already be roots growing from every node. All you have to do is cut them up and plant them in soil.
 

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