Maintain indoor temperatures above 40°F.
A brightly lit spot without direct sunshine is suggested. A small amount of morning sun is not a problem. Ivy does very well in low light conditions. In general, ivy varieties that have white variegation on their leaves are more susceptible to damage from too much sun.
We recommend watering once a week, keeping the soil evenly moist, but never wet. Over-watering can be an issue with Ivy, but they never want to dry out completely.
Any high quality, natural potting soil will work very well. Drainage is suggested for Ivy, to prevent them from becoming water-logged and rotting.
If you feel the need to, you can use a balanced houseplant fertilizer once a month, or every other week in the Summer. Fertilizing is only truly necessary if the soil conditions are poor.
* Standard care recommendations - you may need to adjust based on your home or office environment.