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poison ivy in fall colors
Leaf Photo 3 -  Poison Ivy
This problematic little plant turns bright yellow. The easiest way to identify poison ivy from other plants is the little "thumb" lobe found on one side only of each leaf. Hold your hand up, palm facing out, then squeeze your fingers and thumb together. Let your thumb tip curve out a little. Now you can see the resemblance in your hand to a poison ivy leaf.

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