Poison Ivy Fall Foliage

In the fall, poison ivy leaves may turn yellow, orange, or red, depending on the climate and other environmental factors. The leaves are typically lobed and have a pointed tip, but they may become more brittle and dry as the plant prepares for winter. The edges of the leaves may become more pronounced and toothed as they start to dry out. Poison ivy vines may also produce small, whitish berries that appear in clusters in late summer or early fall. The berries themselves are not toxic, but the leaves, stems, and roots of the poison ivy plant contain a toxic oil called urushiol, which can cause a painful rash if it comes into contact with skin. It's important to avoid touching the plant altogether, especially during the fall when it can be more difficult to identify due to changing foliage.


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