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Mt. San Jacinto Hiking Club Message Board › poodle-dog bush

poodle-dog bush

A former member
Post #: 52

Watch out for the poodle-dog bush, which is all over the place in the
parts of the Station Fire burn area that have been recently reopened.
For instance, if you drive along Pacific Crest Highway west of Red Box,
you'll see hillsides covered with these pretty purple flowers. It acts
on your skin like poison oak. I got a relatively mild case of it a
couple of weeks ago, and then when I put the same pants back on again
(after washing!), it flared up much worse than before.


Please spread the word to your fellow hikers. Getting exposed to this
stuff is really not pleasant.

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