Traveling Wisely The World

There are a​ lot of​ plants that you​ will want to​ avoid when it​ comes to​ camping. you​ will want to​ know when you​ are near poison ivy,​ poison oak,​ and poison sumac. you​ will find that these plants are very painful rashes that will make you​ itch.

When it​ comes to​ the​ poison ivy you​ will find that it​ is​ the​ most commonly found dangerous plant in​ America. you​ will find that it​ can grow into four feet scrubs and is​ commonly a​ ground cover. it​ is​ rarely found in​ elevation in​ 5,​000 or​ above,​ but you​ will find that it​ grows in​ most places that people camp. you​ will want to​ keep in​ mind that when it​ comes to​ “leaves of​ there,​ let it​ be”. This is​ a​ clear and common sign of​ poison ivy. you​ will also find that it​ can be a​ dull green or​ even purplish.

Another common plant to​ avoid is​ poison oak. When it​ comes to​ poison oak,​ you​ will find that it​ has some multi-lobed leaves,​ but it​ can also have fuzzy,​ fruit-like branches. the​ leaves are mostly scalloped around the​ edges,​ but it​ can also be wrinkled,​ rather than smooth like poison ivy. the​ leaves will grow in​ threes,​ but it​ is​ more common to​ see plants with five or​ more leaves. Usually,​ the​ poison oak will go in​ sandy solid and range from places from New Jersey down the​ eastern coast to​ Florida,​ but it​ could also go to​ places as​ Texas,​ Oklahoma,​ and Kansas. a​ to​ keep in​ mind is​ that poison ivy is​ the​ most common poison plant in​ the​ east,​ but it​ is​ poison oak that is​ in​ the​ western states and more in​ the​ south.

As for poison sumac,​ you​ will find that it​ is​ the​ least widespread plant,​ and it​ really isn’t in​ many places,​ but the​ swamp areas and peat bogs. you​ will find that the​ leaves of​ this plant is​ bluish-green with the​ red tips. you​ will find that there are cream colored berries on​ this plant and it​ is​ just as​ toxic as​ poison oak and poison ivy. you​ will want to​ keep in​ mind that there are oils in​ this plant that will spread quickly and it​ will spread to​ other people through casual contact.
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