My English Ivy has Spider Mites
I have an English ivy at work. It has spider mites. I took it outside, sprayed it with soapy water and it's now sitting at one of the picnic tables. I plan to spray it every three days or so for a couple more weeks. I'll bring it back inside when the temps drop down to about 40 degrees. This time I'll keep it in the ladies restroom. There are no windows, but there is plenty fluorescent lighting. I hesitate to keep it where I had it before because there are other live plants there. I'm afraid that if it gets spider mites again, the other plants will be affected. I found out that it's a spider mite magnet.
This is the first English Ivy I've owned. It's a beautiful plant. Could you give me any tips on keeping it alive?
Here's a picture. It's not great, but you can tell how pretty it is.
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