Hedera


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hedera

(ˈhɛdərə)
n
(Plants) See ivy1
[Latin: ivy]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hedera - Old World woody vinesHedera - Old World woody vines    
rosid dicot genus - a genus of dicotyledonous plants
Araliaceae, family Araliaceae, ivy family - mostly tropical trees and shrubs and lianas: genera Panax and Hedera
common ivy, English ivy, Hedera helix, ivy - Old World vine with lobed evergreen leaves and black berrylike fruits
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The active ingredients in the cream's composition include Calamintha (effective during upsets of the immune system and oncological diseases), Birch Extract (has powerful antiviral properties), Hedera helix (helps with burns, calluses, skin infection, inflammation, parasites, etc.
Designer Kenneth Cobonpue's Hedera Homes will be the main feature of the Commune Village.
Three Filipino architectural firms are being tapped to design Batulao Artscapes' first three villages, namely: Budji Layug and Royal Pineda's Budji+Royal Architecture+Design for the Collection Village; Kenneth Cobonpue's Hedera Homes for the Commune Village; and Ed Calma's Polygonal Successions for the Cluster Village.
But a member of Redcar and Cleveland's tree forum, Ken Bibby, says a more troublesome sub-species, Hedera Hibernica, is increasingly proving an issue.
For vertical spaces try Hedera Canariensis, this fast-growing ivy has triangular glossy variegated leaves, it may be damaged in severe winters but soon bounces back.
Besides, Hedera [11] and MicroTE [12] have proposed centralized control mechanism in DCNs for improving the network throughput, and they proposed using OpenFlow [13] to improve the load balancing.
Other plants to be 'pet aware' of include: Asparagus fern, Begonia, Buxus, Clematis, Cordyline, Chrysanthemum, Daisy, Dahlia, Delphinium, Digitalis (Foxglove), Elderberry, Eucalyptus, Flax, Geranium, Hedera (Ivy), Hosta, Hydrangea, Lillies, Ligustrum (Privet), Lobelia, Lupinus Blue, Marigold, Papaver (Poppy), Paeonia mix, Prunus Rotundifolia (Laurel), Taxus Baccata (Yew), Tomato plant, Verbena, Wisteria As I say, I have never known of a case of a pet becoming ill from ingesting garden plants but a poll of 2,000 cat and dog owners for an insurance firm showed that one in 12 pets has actually eaten poisonous plants or flowers.
Foliage climbers such as Ivies are unfairly dismissed as dull but take a look at Hedera 'Buttercup' and 'Sulphur Heart' with their fresh summer foliage.
Ivies are often unfairly dismissed as dull, but take a look at Hedera "Buttercup" and "Sulphur Heart" with their fresh summer foliage and you will have to think again.
Products based on Hedera Helix became very popular as a natural option to expectorate phlegm, and the trend continued in 2014 and 2015.
Hedera helix, the common English ivy, is a rampant climber but very useful for hiding eyesores in the garden.