Poison Ivy

For those unfamiliar with Poison Ivy, it is an irritant plant that can take the form of ground-cover, vine, small bush or small tree. All varieties have the same distinctive three-leaf foliage with jagged-edged leaves as shown in the following photographs.

Remember the old addage "Leaves of three – let it be", stay on the paths and leave three-leaved plants and hairy vines alone and you shouldn’t have any problems.




new poison ivy in the spring


poison ivy vine showing
reddish hairy roots


poison ivy leaf clusters


poison ivy leaf clusters


poison ivy as a woody stem
growing from vine
on tree


poison ivy leaf clusters growing
from vine on tree


emerging poison ivy on ground


massive poison ivy vine
on pecan tree


emerging poison ivy on ground


poison ivy in the fall


poison ivy vine
note reddish "hairy roots"


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