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Poison Ivy Identification Sheet
Description: Poison ivy can be either a vine, which can grow along the ground or climbs
trees, or an upright shrub.
Leaves: Poison ivy can have leaves that are:
Not Glossy
With Unbroken Leaflet Borders
The leaves of poison ivy come together in a group of three. The middle leaflet has a long
petiole, and the lateral leaflets on either side have a shorter petiole.
Habitat: Poison ivy is commonly found in open woodlands, other open sites, and river
bottom forests.
Due to the plants preference, it’s usually found in disturbed areas, like recreation areas,
parks, yards, trails, and other human altered environments.
Flowering: Flowers of poison ivy are small, off-white or yellowish, and come in
bunches. This plant blooms from early summer to midsummer. Between May and July
the flowers open. The flowers give way to small berry clusters in midsummer.
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