The Boston Globe: "An unusually moist spring and a hot summer
to produce a particularly abundant crop of poison ivy this year,
leaving more Massachusetts residents
than usual scratching their skin raw."
It IS everywhere, growing in the middle of mulch beds, along fence
and property lines,
and in the middle of your plants. Poison Ivy grows throughout our area as groundcover
or as a climbing vine. The leaves are a compound of 3 smooth almond-shaped leaflets.
The color of the leaves range from light green to dark green,
turning red in the fall.
The berries are a grayish white color and are a favorite food of many birds
it spread easily.
We spray and kill poison ivy!