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Synonyms for ivy

Old World vine with lobed evergreen leaves and black berrylike fruits

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Given monthly doses of liquid fertilizer and enough water to keep the soil from drying out, ivies grow well.
Some plants called ivy are really not ivies at all.
Ivies fill newsroom slots far out of proportion to our share of the American population.
Ivies have, however, been discovered as garden plants of true merit, versatile and adaptable, capable of climbing 100ft up a wall, or providing weed-smothering ground cover for a neglected corner where nothing else grows.
THE range of ivies now available make this one of the most useful and attractive climbing plants, with leaves of many shapes and sizes as well as yellow, white and pale green variegations.
Ugly walls, fences or sheds can be hidden by bright, large-leaved species such as the gold-splashed Hedera colchica 'Sulphur Heart', while smaller ivies will grow happily over wire topiary shapes.