San Diego County, California, US
Ivy is widespread on waste ground in and around Hokitika and has formed smothering masses in places.
on the walls of this ghost town
Abundant. All over the odl exotics in this forest.
Growing abundantly in woods of lower elevations, covering the ground or climbing on rocks or trees to get to the sunlight.
I didn't take this photo because the ivy, but this way i can add it to show an impression of the ditch.
Growing in one of the Canary Island Palms found planted around Caroline Bay, Timaru. I have made a wee project to document the epiphyte diversity in these palms, which I intend to add to in the future (see here http://naturewatch.org.nz/projects/caroline-bay-timaru-palm-epiphytes).
Hedera helix (common ivy, English ivy, European ivy, or just ivy) is a species of flowering plant in the family Araliaceae, native to most of Europe and western Asia. A rampant, clinging evergreen vine, it is a familiar sight in gardens, waste spaces, on house walls, tree trunks and in wild areas across its native habitat. It is labeled as an invasive species in a number of areas where it has been introduced.