Poison Ivy Berries

Poison ivy plants produce small, whitish berries that typically appear in late summer or early fall. The berries grow in clusters, and each berry is about the size of a pea. The berries may have a slightly waxy appearance and can range in color from green to white to a pale yellow. It's important to note that while the berries themselves are not toxic, the leaves, stems, and roots of the poison ivy plant contain a toxic oil called urushiol. It's essential to avoid contact with any part of the plant, including the berries, as even a small amount of exposure to urushiol can cause a painful rash that can last for several days or even weeks.


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