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That There Scientific Name Sought

Posted by cactusmcharris 4 / Interior BC (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 24, 11 at 14:52

Here's an ivy that, unlike the 99.99% rest of my collection, never is moved outside.

Can you tell me the scientific (Latin) name for it, please?

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Thanks much,

Jeff


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RE: That There Scientific Name Sought

I believe that it's one of the variegated needlepoint English ivies, Hedera helix (digitata). There are numerous cultivars of this form. At first I thought it was the Glacier English Ivy, but the leaves seem to be a little too 'pointy'. ;-)

I never take my indoor plants outside, either. We are much in the minority in this forum!

Pretty stained glass panel.


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RE: That There Scientific Name Sought

Hey Cactus...At first glace I thought it was Algerian variegata, then Needlepoint came to mind.

It's a beautiful Ivy.

I found this link, which may or may not help. Since yours has 3 lobes, the species can be narrowed down.
Scroll down to 'Species and Named Varieties.'

http://www.plant-care.com/hedera-i228.html

Toni


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