Algerian Ivy - Hedera algeriensis
Hedera algeriensis has truncate to rounded leaf bases with red petioles. It is a vigorous, self-clinging, climber with lustrous leaves up to 4 or 5 inches across, some with an irregular creamy margin.
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Usually found as an escape from cultivation, and often close to habitation.
A woody perennial shrub with creeping and climbing stems.
It is not well recorded in Britain but seems to be quite widespread.
Rarely recorded in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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