Hedera helix


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Noun1.Hedera helix - Old World vine with lobed evergreen leaves and black berrylike fruitsHedera helix - 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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Interesting foliage shapes come with Hedera helix Deltoidea, K|niger, Sagittifolia and 'Suzanne'.
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An example is Hedera helix Sagittifolia, an ivy with long pointed leaves.
The largest range has been selected from English ivy, Hedera helix, with familiar-shaped foliage.
Bedir E, Kirmizipekmez H, Sticher O, Calis I (2000) Triterpene saponins from the fruits of Hedera helix.
Another rather odd ivy is Hedera helix 'Congesta' that has a stiff, almost wiry non-climbing habit and small, three-lobed dark green leaves.
Hedera helix, the common English ivy, is a rampant climber but very useful for hiding eyesores in the garden.
Variegated holly is another great choice because of the wonderful variegated foliage, while berried ivy, Hedera helix "Arborescens", produces black fruits which are at their best at Christmas.
Suitable ivy with short joints includes Hedera helix "Duckfoot" and "Tres Coupe", which remain compact.
Suitable ivy with short joints includes Hedera helix 'Duckfoot' and 'Tres Coupe', which remain compact.