Ivy bush

(Bot.) See Mountain laurel, under Mountain.

See also: Ivy

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"The business is perfectly located for Compass Hospitality Holdings (UK) to add to their existing portfolio of properties and increasing their profile within Wales, which represents an exciting time for all staff and customers of the Ivy Bush Royal Hotel.
Mae'r Ivy Bush yn enw ar westy adnabyddus yng Nghaerfyrddin.
AD I S A B L E D pensioner's health has plummeted after she handed PS850 to a doorstep caller for simply trimming her ivy bush. The job took 15 minutes.
The symbol of an ivy 'bush' indicated a place where drinks were served and even today there are pubs called the Ivy Bush: there is at least one such in Birmingham.
26 The AOP, Ivy Bush Royal, 11 Spilman Street, Carmarthen, Dyfed SA31 1LG.
Patrick McAuley, 48, a North Lanarkshire Council gardener, told advocate depute Iain McSporran, prosecuting, that he found a plastic bag under a pile of bricks beside an ivy bush.
We booked into the Ivy Bush hotel, washed and dressed and took a taxi to the top end of town to the Drover's Arms where a small group of men that we know were sitting by the fire.
For spirits of a different sort, try the medieval ales and wines at Ivy Bush Tavern.
"Any fruiting ivy bush will be popular with blackbirds, thrushes, wood pigeons, and robins; along with redwings and fieldfares, which come all the way to the UK from Scandinavia and Russia," he said.
His thick black beard led to him being referred to as 'The Owl in the Ivy Bush'.
STENA Line is offering a summer break at the Ivy Bush Royal Hotel in Carmarthen from only 090 per person per night .
QIF I cut back an old ivy bush that is growing on my garage wall will it kill the plant?