Ivy Power

Inspecting the powers of this plant, in photos.

Ivies are powerful. They climb trees, they invade walls binding so tight that it’s impossible to remove them without damaging the paint; and they remain deep green in the harsh winter. Let’s look at these powers in action.

Climbing trees

Hedera (more formal name for Ivy) covering the ground and climbing a tree. © Luciano Abriata.




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