ivy leaves

ivy leaves

symbolic of strong and lasting companionship. [Heraldry: Halberts, 31]
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Stems/branches of poison ivy leaves are never side by side.
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A picture quiz helps readers distinguish poison ivy leaves from four lookalikes.
Ivy leaves dry extract is registered as an expectorant in patients with respiratory diseases associated with productive cough.
Poison ivy leaves will discolor and die within weeks.
"There's lily of the valley which symbolises sweetness and humility, then there are ivy leaves which symbolise marriage.
Little boys should put ivy leaves under their pillows to enjoy prophetic dreams.
Working with archaeologists, historians, designers and textile artists, the group of 16 to 19-year-olds learned a range of ancient techniques, including tablet weaving, spinning and felt-making, and how to dye fabric using natural ingredients like onion skins, elderberries and ivy leaves. The result is a remarkably contemporary, eco-friendly fashion collection including dresses, shoes and even a suit!
She adds the citrus or ivy leaves first, arranging them around the top ring so that they overlap with tips downward, to conceal the foam.
Regional delicacies include tagliatelle dressed with grated Parmigiano-Reggiano, and, variously, poison ivy leaves (yes) and donkey meat (yes).