Three-Leaved Ivy: Mercury.
Rhus Toxicodendron. Cashew Family. June - July.
A plant sometimes vine-like in habit, sometimes bushy. Found along roadsides, on fences and stone walls, tree-trunks, and running over the ground. Poisonous, and very common.
Tiny, greenish white, in clusters. Fruit dry, grayish white berries.
In groups of 3 leaflets (Common Ivy, Virginia Creeper or Woodbine has 5), toothless or irregularly notched.