A selection of articles related to hedera.
Original articles from our library related to the Hedera. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Hedera.
- Ivy: Correspondences
- Hedera spp. Folk Names: Gort Gender: Feminine Planet: Sarurn Element: Water Deity: Baccus, Dionysus, Osiris Power: Protection, Healing...
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Suggested Pdf Resources
- Hedera: Dynamic Flow Scheduling for Data Center Networks
- Hedera: Dynamic Flow Scheduling for Data Center Networks. Mohammad Al- Fares Sivasankar Radhakrishnan. Barath Raghavan*.
- Community herbal monograph on Hedera helix L., folium
- Mar 31, 2011 established medicinal use; traditional use; Hedera helix L., folium; Hederae helicis folium; ivy leaf. BG (bălgarski): Бръшлян, лист.
- Hedeheli ARAL FINAL
- There are many cultivated forms of Hedera helix, including varieties of different habits and Habitat Preference: Hedera helix may naturalize in open woods (2).
- Weed Notes: Hedera helix L. TunyaLee Morisawa The Nature
- Hedera helix L. is commonly called English ivy. H.
Suggested News Resources
- Vijai Pandian column: Protect your pooch from poisonous landscape plants
- Other landscape plants toxic to dogs are fruits of the horse chestnut tree (Aesculus spp), immature fruits and leaves of elderberry (Sambucus spp), jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum), wisteria (Wisteria sinensis) and English ivy (Hedera helix).
- Exporing Groundcovers
- Though it's evergreen and lovely to look at with its old-world charm, English ivy (Hedera helix) has lately gained a reputation as an invasive plant. It zooms along the ground and easily crosses barriers.
- Don't plant ivy: It's just not worth it
- But in the maritime Northwest, Hedera helix -- in Latin it even sounds dastardly -- is one of the most destructive plants around. It is too vigorous for its own good.
- Invasive plant found in St. Paul campus garden
- Last fall, Hedera Porter, a University postdoctorate student, noticed the plant's shiny, dark green leaves in parts of an area known as the Display and Trial Garden.
- Frankling: Ground-covers gone wild
- Sure, pachysandra has its faults, but it is not nearly as pernicious as the more thuggish purple wintercreeper (Euonymus Coloratus fortunei) and English ivy (Hedera helix), both of which can go vertical on you.
Suggested Web Resources
- Hedera - Knitty
- Knitty is a free web-only knitting magazine with a sense of humor. Fun patterns, fabulous articles. Come and see for yourself!
- PLANTS Profile for Hedera helix (English ivy) | USDA PLANTS
- A PLANTS profile of Hedera helix (English ivy) from the USDA PLANTS database .