Probably found at a church near Remscheid around 1945. The large, dark-green leaves are tightly packed, and their imbricate (roof-tile like) growth habit forms thus particularly dense and lush covers. In winter they darken somewhat due to a red pigment development, although not as dark as the native ivy (Hedera helix, wild form) in our forests. From May the darkening disappears partially and also becomes concealed by the new bright green foliage. Excellent winter hardiness to climate zone 5a, very fast growing therefore also suitable for tall greenings in Germany's Central Uplands. A universal variety, hence in FassadenGrün's Range. Please refer to General Information for ivy.
(lat. Hedera helix "Woerner", also "Woerneri" or "Remscheid")