Hi, I'm Umar Mycka, the Poison Ivy Horticulturist.

I identify and remove poison ivy plants from residential and commercial properties in Philadelphia and surrounding regions, including the states of Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

As an expert in invasive weed removal, I have years of experience in successfully identifying and removing poisonous weeds – particularly poison ivy plants – from residential and commercial properties in Philadelphia and surrounding regions, including the states of Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. I have helped countless home and business owners in eradicating poison ivy from properties in southeastern Pennsylvania, South New Jersey, and Northern Delaware. These include the cities of:

  • Philadelphia, PA
  • West Chester, PA
  • Morristown, NJ
  • Princeton, NJ
  • Cherry Hill, NJ
  • Wilmington, DE
  • Newark, DE

Poison ivy plants in your home environment can easily and quickly cause a medical emergency to you and your family members. The best practice horticultural solution is to remove the entire plant so that the problem is fully mitigated.

Are you currently suffering from the effects of uncontrolled poison ivy plants in your home environment?

Poison Ivy Horticulturist's skill set delivers poison ivy removal results beyond inexperienced gardeners' reach. We cure your poison ivy challenge

Contact me today to set up an assessment to discuss permanently removing poison ivy from your property before it strikes again!

Customer Testimonial

“Oh happy was the day when we saw an ad for The Poison Ivy Guy in the New York Times. My poor, highly allergic husband spent several miserable summers on steroids combating his poison ivy while I tried in vain to de ivy our property. When the affable and capable Umar and his team showed up in tyvek suits and pulled 34 plants that were each over 15 years old from our yard and from the neighboring properties, I understood just how futile and laughable our years of inexpert efforts had been. We have had 3 poison ivy free summers now and my husband is back playing in his garden.”