Common name : Ivy, Canarian Ivy, Algerian Ivy

Scientific name : Hederacanariensis

Family : Araliacea

Native land : Canary Islands, Portugal, the Azores, and North Africa

Ivy is an evergreen perennial climbing or trailing woody shrub or bush. Its beautiful thick, leathery foliage seems a little shinier than English ivy. The leaves are broad, glossy dark green in colour and a little leathery, with 1-5 lobes, regular in size and shape. It is cultivated in gardens and used in floral arrangements. The flowers are greenish and the fruits are globular and black when ripe. It is widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical climates. Old vines can become quite woody.

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