Once the weed killer has finished its job, gardeners can begin to get rid of the plant.
The for a longer period the weed killer is left on, the a lot easier it really should be to take out the plant.
Use secateurs less than each individual stem to dislodge aerial roots and then pull the ivy absent, getting mindful not to pull any mortar.
Roots connected to bricks
Aerial roots connected to brickwork is more difficult to take out, but it can be done.
To clear away them, scrape them off with a scraper at an angle of 30 levels.