Hedera colchica

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Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture

Hedera colchica, Koch (H. Raegneriana, Hort. H. coriacea, Hibberd). High-climbing: lvs. large, broadly ovate, cordate, almost entire, rarely slightly 3-lobed, bright green, of firm texture, those of flowering branches generally oblong-ovate: calyx-lobes triangular-ovate, conspicuous; calyx, pedicels and tips of young branches coated with golden yellow scales with about 20 or 25 rays: fr. black. Asia Minor, Caucasus, Persia. Gn. 25, p. 141; 34, p. 492. Gt. 11:360. Var. dentita, Hibberd (H. dentata, Hort.). Lvs. with remote small teeth, of somewhat thinner texture. G.M. 30:388; 54:318. Gn. 36, p. 7. Var. purpurea, Hibberd. Lvs. purplish. Var. arborescens, Koch. Not climbing, of upright shrubby habit. Gn. W. 20:467.

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