Hedera L.
Hedera helix L.
Ömür: Çok yıllık
Yapı: odunsu
Hayat formu:
İlk çiçeklenme zamanı: 8
Son çiçeklenme zamanı: 9
Habitat: ?
Minimum yükseklik: 0
Maksimum yükseklik: 1500
Endemik: -
Element: ?
Türkiye dağılımı: Trakya, Dış Anadolu
Genel dağılımı: Avrupa ve Asya
Bulunduğu kareler:A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 C1 C2 C3 C6

H. helix L., Sp. PI. 202 (1753). Ic: Ross-Craig, Draw. Brit. PI. 13: t. 28 (1959).
  Woody perennial; stems creeping or climbing, up to 30 m. Young shoots and inflorescences covered with stellate hairs 0•15-0•4 mm wide. Leaves glabrous, evergreen, on flowering shoots narrowly elliptic to suborbicular-cordate, usually entire, 5-8 x 5-10 cm; those on sterile shoots palmately 3-5-lobed, (2-)4-8 x2-6 cm. Petals 3-5 mm, greenish, at first patent, later deflexed. Berry yellow or bluish-black, 6-12 mm diam. Fl. 8-9. Climbing over trees or creeping on the ground in woods, s.I.-c. 1500 m.
  Turkey-in-Europe, Outer Anatolia, Islands. A1(E) Çanakkale: Jam Baz, Ingoldby 583! A2(A) Balikesir: Marmara Adasi, A. Baytop 13773! A2(E) Istanbul: Büyükdere to Sultan Suyu, 22 iii 1891, Âzn.! A3 Bolu: behind Akcalpca, 5 m, D. 37498! A4 Ankara: Hacikadin deresi, c. 900 m, x 1945, Kasapligil. A5 Sinop: Ayancık to Çangal, Yemişli dere, c. 1000 m, viii 1945, Kasapligil. A6 Ordu : Ordu, Hand.-Mazz., obs. A7 Giresun: Giresun, Duygu 15. A8 Rize: Rize, 100-200 m, D. 20799! Cl Izmir: Kuşadasi, Samsundağ, Kayacik & Yalt. (ISTO 3350)! Cl/2 Denizli: Boz Da., nr. Geyran Y., 1300 m, D. 13350! C3 Antalya: Kargi Çay, at Taşatan, 900 m, D. 14422! C6 Hatay: Kusliji Da., 700-1500 m, Haradj. 2487! Is: Lesvos, between Antisa and Tsukalochori, Rech. 5893; Samos, c. 1100 m, Rech. 1948; Kos, Mt. Dikios, Fors.-Maj. 425; Rodhos, Mt. Profet Elias, D. 40346!
  Temperate parts of Europe and Asia. The above records are probably referable to subsp. helix (with purple berries). Subsp. poetarum (Bertol.) Nyman (//.poetarum Bertol.), which is native in Greece and differs in its yellow berries has been collected once in Turkey as a cultivated plant from A2(E) Istanbul: Pera, 6 iii 1895, Azn.! As the two subspecies cannot be separated without fruit and as most of the material available lacks fruit, the presence of subsp. poetarum as a native in Turkey cannot be ruled out.