Tuesday, November 5, 2013

ivy art



I know I recently posted a wall of red ivy but I couldn't resist this one too.  This wall of ivy has dropped all of its leaves except for some of the precious red ones.  I liked the patterns from the sinuous shoots remaining over what appear formally to be windows through the stone wall.

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  1. Strictly speaking, this is not Ivy Hedera helix, which is an evergreen European plant. This looks like Boston Ivy Parthenocissus tricuspidata, a deciduous east Asian plant which is related to grape vines, not Ivy. It is certainly very photogenic though, whatever its nomenclature and origins.

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  2. it looks really pretty against the grey wall :)

    p.s. i'll send you some chili!

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  3. It's a fascinating pattern for this time of year!

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    1. Yeah, I think kinda Pollock-esque !

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  4. Methinks its been awhile since those windows were open. tres pretty image Stuart.

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    1. Yeah, I'd say so, but at least they don't have to worry about bugs flying in. And thanks.

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