What is the difference between poison oak and poison ivy?
Are dogs allergic to poison ivy?
Can dogs get poison ivy?
How does poison ivy spread?
Is poison ivy connected to eczema in any way?
What can be done for poison ivy on your face?
What can be done to help cure poison ivy in the medical field?
I need you to be as descriptive as possible when describing poison ivy.
Poison ivy is a long, green vine with large flat leaves. The trick to spotting poison ivy is to look for three leaves on one stem.
Poison ivy is a crawling plant with shiny green leaves. It has compound leaves made up of 3 leaflets which can be lobed, toothed or smooth. It can grow small, white fruits according to time of the year.
It has 3 leaves and can range from dark green to a light orange color. Most often found in the form of a vine.
It's a vine with clusters of three almond-shaped leaflets in an alternate arrangement. It doesn't have some thorns, it has a long stems and it's leaves turn red during spring
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