Poison Ivy in a Hedge

poison ivy in a hedge

Here is yet another example of poison ivy exposing itself with fall color.

This hedge near our headquarters has had poison ivy growing up through it all summer, but we only noticed it when it turned bright color.

The hedge, being everygreen, is... green, so the poison ivy sticks out like a sore thumb.

Of course, there are a few other vines in there as well, pointed out in the photo.

By the way, trimming a hedge full of poison ivy is how The Mother of All Skin Rashes was inflicted on this poor woman.