The Ivy is a plant of Hedera breed that is common in Europe. The leaves of these plants are shiny, smooth, five pointed, dark and evergreen. Its flower is tiny, yellow in color and the berry comes in yellow or black color. Friendship, love and immortality are reflected by ivy tattoos. As a symbol of immortality, the evergreen Ivy crown was worn by the Roman God, Bacchus. Death, spiritual growth and determination were regarded as a symbol of Ivy by the Celts in old Ireland. The Ivy was taken by lovers as a symbol of loyalty. For good luck and fertility it is worn by women.