Poison plants are dreadful companion of gardens
1) You need to recognize poison Ivy Plants - you can recognize plants based on some key points like the middle leaf has a slightly longer stem than two leaves on the side, no thorns on the stem, it can grow just about anywhere, leave are green during summer. 2) You need to consider pulling the plant out - if you are not particularly, allergic then pulling ivy plant is a great option for you. 3) Need to use herbicide to kill poison plants - Garden centre Nottingham offer a lot of natural herbicides that work for poisons plants. Put the herbicide concentrate in a sprayer, just like a window cleaner sprayer. Read the instruction on the herbicide label. Keep the sprayer only for this purpose and also keep it in a safe place. 4) Spray thoroughly to coat all poison ivy leaves with the solution. You need to wear long-sleeve shirts, plastic gloves over cotton. Try not to get solution on any other plant, or they will die too. The poison ivy should turn yellow and soon die in a couple of weeks. 5) With the help of gloves simply remove the roots which are dig down into the soil. This will definitely help to remove the future regrowth. However, before doing this activity, you need to make sure that keep your gloves on when digging, otherwise you will get a rash. 6) Cover up the area with the help of Cardboard, newspaper, black plastic where the poison ivy grew so that you can prevent its re growth. 7) Wait to use soap and water until after cleansing with rubbing alcohol, mineral spirits. The initial cleanser will definitely remove the Ivy poison plant. 8) Check it several times. Do it on the yearly basis because poison ivy is very persistent. It is important to spray the vines two or more times to succeed in removing it completely. Other garden centres in Nottinghamshire grow 60% of the plants on sale on the premises. If you want more guidance, then you can log on to the hilltop-nurseries website where you can get much better information about the plant nurseries Nottingham and other better guidelines for the gardening.