The Medicinal Herb English Ivy (Hedera helix)

English Ivy Herb Benefits, Uses and Side Effects

Information on the Side Effects, Health Benefits, Traditional Uses and History of Medicinal Herb English Ivy (Hedera helix)

ivy leaves and toadflax

Part of the ivy tattoo for Cherry Kennedy, Bear Their Secret, Wylde Den (Alaskan Den Men)

Angel wreathed in ivy, Highgate Cemetery East.    One of my own photos, scanned.

Pinner wrote: "Angel wreathed in ivy, Highgate Cemetery East. One of my own photos, scanned". I have also visited this beautiful and atmospheric cemetery and would recommend it to anyone.

Ivy Heartiness  This variety of ivy is extremely fast growing with triangular, dark-green leaves that will grow almost anywhere.

Climbers produce long, flexible stems that they use to twine around or hook onto their support. HGTV Gardens breaks down how each type of climbing plant attaches to its support.

The Vine's predominant growth formation is in the shape of a spiral. This has long been considered a sacred symbol for: Spiral Meaning Associated with the Ogham Vine  Consciousness Development Renewal Growth

An entry from note to self

The 17 Best Air-Purifying Houseplants (According To NASA)

How To Purify The Air In Your Home With These Plants (According To NASA)

Highgate East Cemetery, London, England.  A small angel from the East Cemetery.  One of my own photos( starry diadem).

A small angel from the East Cemetery. One of my own photos( starry diadem).

Climbing roses www.theadventuresofapinkchampagnebubble.com absolutely charming

Delightful Weekend: Feeling Feminine

Browse photos of flower covered home facades, featuring climbing roses on houses, wisteria flowers in bloom, and more florals covering cottages and brightly colored doors. Domino shares flower covered homes in celebration of summer.

English Ivy - GoodHousekeeping.com

The 25 Indoor Plants You Can't Kill

You could let the long tendrils hang from the mantel, but the climbing plant is also game for topiaries (or stadium walls, like at Wrigley Field). Chicago Botanic Garden recommends Cascade, Domino and Irish Lace as some of the best potted varieties.

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