Poison ivy (disambiguation)
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Poison ivy (Toxicodendron radicans) is a poisonous plant.
Poison ivy or Poison Ivy may also refer to:
- Smodingium, argutum (African poison ivy), a southern African shrub or tree
- Poison Ivy (musician) (born 1953), American musician and co-founder of the punkband The Cramps
- Ivy Lee (1877–1934), nicknamed "Poison Ivy", a pioneer in public relations and an employee of John D. Rockefeller's
- Poison Ivy (character), a fictional character of the DC Universe
- Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death, a 2016 comic book series
- Poison Ivy (1937), a novel by Peter Cheyney that was adapted as a 1953 French film
Film and Television
- La môme vert-de-gris (1953), released in the USA as Poison Ivy, a French film by Bernard Borderie, based on Peter Cheyney's novel
- Poison Ivy (1992 film), a 1992 US film
- Poison Ivy (1985 film), a 1985 American comedy television film
- "Poison Ivy" (Gossip Girl), a 2007 episode of Gossip Girl
- "Poison Ivy" (Law & Order), a 1990 episode of Law & Order
- Ivy Tilsley, character from Coronation Street referred to in tabloid newspapers as "Poison Ivy"
Computing and technology
- Poison Ivy, a remote administration tool
- "Poison Ivy", a Mel London song recorded in 1954 by Willie Mabon
- "Poison Ivy" (song), a 1959 Leiber/Stoller song
- "Poison Ivy", a 1963 The Hollies song, which can be found on the album The Hollies - The Essential Collection
- "Poison Ivy", a 1989 Faster Pussycat song from the album Wake Me When It's Over
- "Poison Ivy", a 2004 Von Bondies song from the album Pawn Shoppe Heart
- "Poison Ivy", a 2004 Rita Lee song from the album 3001
- "Poison Ivy", a 2009 Jonas Brothers song from the album Lines, Vines and Trying Times
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