Saving a Climbing Ivy?

I have an ivy that I have grown in my bathroom for many years, it had climbed the wall and had great big leaves. My husband accidentally hit the stem with the door. I found the damage when I noticed the leaves seemed wilting. I cut it at the damaged part, pulled some of the climbing fingers off the wall and replanted it. Do you think it will survive? Or do I need to cut it down completely?


Thank you

By Glenda from Wimberley, TX

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December 7, 20170 found this helpful

I would have dipped it into rooting hormone first. You need to keep it moist to give it any chance.


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December 8, 20170 found this helpful

You can put it in water, or use rooting hormone on it to help it along.


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