Hedera hibernica Poit., Bon Jard. 1835: 731 (1835) (syn: Hedera helix f. hibernica (Poit.) P.D.Sell, Hedera helix var. hibernica (Poit.) G.Kirchn., Hedera helix subsp. hibernica (Poit.) D.C.McClint., Hedera vegeta G.Nicholson, Hedera vitifolia G.Nicholson);
W. Europe to Central Spain: Belgium, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain; Introduced into: Denmark, Oregon, Sweden, Western Australia as per POWO;
SK 3610 15 August 2022: 4 very high res. images.
Habit : Cultivated
Looks like Hedera.
Hedera hibernica Rona
It looks like Cucurbitaceae with huge leaves.
I do not think so.
Also whether leaves were opposite or alternate.
I think … is correct.
Leaves are quite variable in Hedera species.
Pl. see https://efloraofindia.com/2011/03/04/hedera/
Maybe. But leaf sizes are too big for Hedera since these leaves are as big as cucumber or similar sp.
I have no idea what is the biggest size of leaf for Hedera.