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Poison ivy, sumac, and oak plants are just a few of the poisonous types of plant species homeowners have to deal with. Although these plants generally don’t pose much of a series health risk, people who are very allergic to poisonous plant species can have life-threatening reactions. To avoid the agonizing itch and potentially life-threatening reactions these poisonous plants can cause, watch this video for tips on how to safely get rid of poison ivy, sumac, oak, and other poisonous plant species.

If you have poisonous plants in your backyard, visit a nursery and garden in San Jose for recommendations on shrubs, vegetables, flowers, and other greenery to plant in their place. You can also find all the gardening tools and equipment you need to quickly (and safely) remove any poisonous plants from your property. And if you want to take the opportunity to upgrade your outdoor living space while you’re at it, there’s no better place to start for inspiration, equipment, and materials than your local gardening and hardware store.