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The creeping Charlie plant (Plectranthus australis), a low-maintenance plant more commonly called Swedish ivy, is the forgetful gardener's best friend. Full sun results in stunted plant growth, so choose a spot with dappled sunlight to really make the creeping plant...
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The creeping Charlie plant (Plectranthus australis), a low-maintenance plant more commonly called Swedish ivy, is the forgetful gardener's best friend.

Full sun results in stunted plant growth, so choose a spot with dappled sunlight to really make the creeping plant grow. Ideally, creeping Charlie should receive four to five hours of filtered sunlight daily.

This plant won't suffer much in drought conditions, but it grows best in soil with medium moisture. Water the creeping Charlie once or twice weekly to keep the soil moist but not wet. Excess water should flow through the drain hole at the bottom of the container, indicating sufficient watering. 

Potted plants do well in a blend of equal parts sphagnum peat moss, finished compost and perlite, vermiculite or sand. Plant creeping Charlie no deeper than the top of the root ball to avoid problems with rot around the stem and root crown. 

Regular fertilizer application gives creeping Charlie a boost so it grows faster and healthier than without any fertilizer supplement. An all-purpose, balanced fertilizer supplies plants with nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium

A trim is order when creeping Charlie becomes straggly or overgrown at any point throughout the growing season. Trim back the stems to just before a leaf set if you want to maintain a certain shape or plant size -- this is especially necessary if you have limited space or want to keep cascading stems out of reach of pets or children.


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