plant. Saturday , June 10th , 2017 - 13:18:02 PM
There is an old saying, leaflets three, let it be. The leaves of a poison ivy plant are green, slightly glossy, and grow in groups of three. The leaves may turn red in the fall. Poison ivy grows as a vine most of the time, but can also grow as a shrub in fields and along fences. There may be green berries with orange markings on them.
Even though a garden auger works well with tilled and moistened soil they are not intended for very rocky conditions. Gravel and very dry and compact soil will probably prove too tough for most augers. Try wetting the soil for several days first.
It is fairly easy to recognize these plants once you know what to look for. Being able to identify them can help you to avoid a painful rash.
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