English ivy


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Synonyms for English ivy

Old World vine with lobed evergreen leaves and black berrylike fruits

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Because English ivy has no natural predators, competition or diseases, the task of controlling the weed falls to people.
When the plants become too large for their pots, repotting to a larger container will be necessary; however, with many plants, such as the pothos and English ivy, the pots will not need to be changed for a very long time.
The unmanaged woodland is surrounded by residential gardens and, as a consequence, has become a sanctuary for escaped horticultural plants as well as accidentally-introduced plants; the most pervasive of which are Pachysandra and English Ivy.
Plants that clean the air include English ivy, philodendrons, peace lilies, and spider plants.
Destroying a hand trowel, hose, sprinkler or shoe is trivial compared to the cost of a veterinarian visit because of ingested English ivy or azalea foliage.
Even in the grip of the English Ivy that chokes many of these trees, the forest looked peaceful and beckoned me out, away from the rigors of comma placement and vague pronouns.
Top air-cleaners include philodendron, Boston fern, peace lily and English ivy.
Here on the Oregon coast, we have a great problem with English ivy (still being sold at local nurseries), pampas grass (or Spanish plume), and gorse.
And for 15 years, those plants maintained a neat border that separated my lawn from a hill stabilized with English ivy.
But to reclaim the keepsake, I filled the container with soil and buried the sprouted roots of a sprig of English ivy.
A mild, damp climate makes English ivy (Hedera helix) the kudzu of the Pacific Northwest, where it turns urban parks into ivy jungles.
Hedera helix, the common English ivy, produces yellow flowers in autumn followed by dark little fruit.
The English ivy, Hedera helix, is perhaps best known for evergreen foliage often used as a groundcover in zones 5 and warmer.
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