Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Poison ivy or poison oak

 If left untreated highly sensitive to these plants you need to see a doctor. So what are the fix it ways to treat the problem or prevent it here are some ideas how to cope with poison ivy and oak. First you need to know the plant what it looks like and where it might be growing. If you hike and go into the woods you need to become familiar with how it looks like in that area. Normally poison ivy looks like a low vine with grayish white berries and pointed leaves usually in groups of three. The reddish leaves turn green in the summer and reddish again by fall. Poison oak is a shrub or small tree with greenish whit berries and oak like leaves that appear in groups of three. Spotting these plants is not always easy.
Poison Ivy Help

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