English ivy


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English ivy

n.
See ivy.
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Noun1.English ivy - Old World vine with lobed evergreen leaves and black berrylike fruitsEnglish ivy - Old World vine with lobed evergreen leaves and black berrylike fruits
genus Hedera, Hedera - Old World woody vines
vine - a plant with a weak stem that derives support from climbing, twining, or creeping along a surface
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English Ivy This mighty plant has been reported to lower airborne mould by 94% in as little as 12 hours
The bonsai is common in Japan and can be found here, and so is the English Ivy, an ever-green vine familiar in homes across Europe and can be used as an ornamental wall dcor or as hanging pot plants.
If you want something simple and evergreen you can go with classic English ivy (though ivy will struggle to climb a chain link fence).
Aclim If you want something simple and evergreen you can go with classic English ivy (though ivy will struggle to climb a chain link fence).
Custom window boxes made by the bride's father and brother were filled with potted white mop-head hydrangeas, purple clown flower, and English ivy.
Ivy is even lower maintenance than holly, and common English ivy (Hedera helix) will happily grow in sun or shade, in all soil types - with waterlogged soil being the exception.
Wed like to get rid of invasive English ivy, some Japanese honeysuckle, vinca and poison ivy.
The Nature Conservancy - Volunteers needed Saturday to remove English ivy and Scotch broom at Sutton Lake Marsh near Florence.
Choose plants in foliage colours to complement your ornaments or colour scheme, such as trailing plants, English ivy, chain cactus; or flowering plants such as flamingo flower, pink quill or vanda orchids.
English Ivy and non-native grasses also creep across the dune habitat.
The 111,000 s/f, 18-story, 229-room hotel, with its three-story exterior greenwall of English Ivy, has been designed by Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman & Associates Architects (GKSA).

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