plant. Wednesday , May 31st , 2017 - 22:51:36 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.
SOIL: The heather plant will do just fine in rocky soil, making them good candidates for coastal hillsides where few plants grow. Slightly acidic soil with a pH of 4.5 - 5.5 will work well for this plant.
The leaves and the flowers of that plant are edible. Really delicious tea is made from it and its also used as a herbal medication. But the ox-eye daisy and other Chrysanthemum plants contain ingredient which is a strong inducer of allergic dermatitis. The scent of the flower and its leaves can provoke some rash allergies to some people. So gentle but so insidious plant, dont you think?
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