The genus of ‘Hedera’ commonly known in English as Ivy, contain 15 unique species of plant, all of which are evergreens. Some plants, such as poison ivy are often misidentified or misclassified as ivy plants. Poison ivy is not an evergreen, but rather a woody plant that does not continue to grow during the winter as true ivy plants do.
The species Ivy includes 15 subspecies of ivies that are all evergreen. They are native to the Atlantic Islands, Africa and western and eastern Europe, and Asia. They are woody plants that attach to static objects like buildings, trellis’s, or rocks. They produce flowers is the fall and fruit in the winter.
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