Poison Sumac

Poison sumac leaves have a distinctive appearance that sets them apart from poison ivy and poison oak. The leaves are typically oblong or oval-shaped, with pointed tips and smooth, glossy surfaces. The leaves grow in pairs along the stem, with each pair alternating sides as they move up the plant. Each leaf may be 2-4 inches long and 1-2 inches wide. The veins on the leaves are typically red in color, and the leaves may have a slightly drooping appearance. In the fall, the leaves may turn yellow, orange, or red before they drop from the plant. It's important to remember that like other poisonous plants, poison sumac contains a toxic oil called urushiol, so it's best to avoid contact with the plant altogether.


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