Poison Oak Leaves

During the summer, poison oak leaves are typically green in color and have a slightly glossy appearance. The leaves are typically lobed, with each leaflet being about 1-4 inches long and pointed at the tip. The edges of the leaves may be slightly toothed or smooth, and the underside of the leaf may have a slightly fuzzy texture. The leaves grow in clusters of three, and the clusters can be found along the stem of the plant. It's important to remember that poison oak, like poison ivy, contains a toxic oil called urushiol that can cause a painful rash if it comes into contact with skin, so it's best to avoid touching the plant altogether.


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