No. I have seen some minor variation in appearance depending on growing condition, but not geographic location. Poison ivy 20 feet up a tree in Louisiana swamp may be bigger than some in limited water location in Illinois , but it is caused by local conditions. Poison Ivy has triple leaves with large scallops or notches, not symmetrical, on the margin.


These look rather like Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) - early leaves are highly variable and there is a tell-tale redness extending into the leaf main vein. If it is roselle you should see the leaf shape change quite a bit as the plant grows with deep clefts between leaf lobes. I'd say it was worth hanging on to these seedlings until they reveal themselves ...


I have found this on the HGTV channel https://www.hgtv.com/outdoors/flowers-and-plants/how-to-kill-poison-ivy It needs several tries to be effective, and it is advised to pour it over the center, so that you kill the main roots holding the trunk, not just peripheral roots which can re-sprout. They are deciduous, so I guess pulling them before spring leaves ...

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