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Poison Ivy Control Services

Control of Poison Ivy, Poison Sumac, Poison Oak, and other noxious & invasive plants. Schedule service today or contact us for franchise opportunities.

A Leading Poison Ivy Removal Service

Leafs Of Three

We do not simply destroy all the vegetation in and around the area, we strategically control only the poison ivy or other noxious plants. We respect your property and your landscape, and we will take great care to not harm your flowers or other vegetation. Our gallery of before and after pictures and plant identifications will better assist you in identifying the plant. They will show you typical areas poison ivy grows as well.

Don’t let poison ivy ruin your fun outside!

Leafs of Three is dedicated to giving you the very best service in noxious plant control. Our service is second to none when it comes to taking a personal interest in our customer’s unique situations.

Schedule Service

(844) 489-4663

Noxious Plant Control

Our services include the identification of the noxious plants on your property, control of the plants and an ongoing treatment plan if elected.

Buckthorn Removal

Buckthorn is a problem across the USA, particularly in the urban areas. Buckthorn crowds out all other plant life and makes areas impassable.

Vine Removal

Removal of Grape Vines & Virginia Creeper, Bittersweet Vines, Trumpet Vines & English Ivy, Wisteria Vine & Boston Ivy, and many more. Plus, we offer light brush clearing as well.

Do You Have Poison Ivy?

Poison ivy is best treated when it’s in a vigorous state of growth. Leafs Of Three typically starts scheduling & performing eradication services in the Spring. Find a location near you.

How Do I Identify Poison Ivy On My Property?

Poison ivy can grow as a ground cover, a low shrub, or a climbing vine. Forget waxy or shiny leaves, forget red stems, poison ivy may or may not have these characteristics and many other plants may have them. The best way to identify poison ivy is to know that there is an inconsistency in the notches on the 3 leaves. They are usually not mirror images of each other, there are subtle differences that vary from leaf to leaf, cluster to cluster, on the same plant.

Here are a few identification tips:

  • The plant has three leaves
  • The stem has a larger leaf at the end, and two smaller leaves shooting off the sides.
  • The leaves can be notched or smooth on the edges
  • The leaves have pointed tips.
  • The plant is reddish in the spring, green in summer, and yellow/orange in the fall.
  • The stem never has thorns
  • Never have saw-tooth or scalloped edges)
  • These are just a few identification tips.