Posted: 27/08/2017 at 11:48
I like it as it is, but if you want to reduce it I would delve back into the base of the plant and remove some of the stems, thinning it out ... if the remaining stems are too long I'd cut some of them back by two thirds, but remember that this will trigger new side shoots to form so there will soon be more long stems than before.
If you want more ivy plants I'd select a long stem, put a pot of compost next to the plant and create a 'tip layer' ... details here https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?PID=358 but you won't need hormone rooting poweder for ivy. It will root easily.
Last edited: 27 August 2017 11:48:47