by Fern Van Sant on 06 December
Avian reproductive behaviors observed in the wild......such as pair bonding, courtship regur...
The following lists have been compiled to help you identify plants that are poisonous. It is important that you know the names of the plants in your home or yard. Your nearest landscape and gardening center can provide you with the names of your plants.
These plants contain a wide variety of poisons and symptoms may range from a mild stomach ache, skin rash, swelling of the mouth and throat to involvement of the heart, kidneys or other organs. Some plants may not cause toxicity unless ingested in large quantities:
Angel’s Trumpet * Arrowhead * Azaleas * Buttercups * Caladium * Calla Lilly * Castor Bean * Daffodil * Delphinium * Devil’s ivy * Dieffenbachia * Elderberry * Elephant Ear * Euphorbia * Four O’Clock * Holly Berries * Hyacinth * Hydrangea * Lilly-of-the Valley * Marijuana * Mistletoe * Morning Glory Seeds * Mother In-Law plant * Mushrooms (Wild) * Narcissus * Nephthytis * Night Blooming Jasmine * Nightshade * Oleander * Pencil Tree * Periwinkle * Philodendron * Poison Oak * Potato sprouts & leaves * Primrose * Privet
The following plants are considered to be non-poisonous. Symptoms from eating or touching these plants are unlikely, but any plant may cause an unexpected reaction in some individuals:
African Daisy * African Palm * African Violet * Airplane Plant * Aralia * Aluminum Plant * Asparagus Fern * Aspidistra (Cast Iron Plant) * Aster * Baby’s Tears * Bachelor Buttons * Bamboo * Begonia * Birds Nest Fern * Blood Leaf Plant * Boston Ferns * Bougainvillea * Cactus (Certain Varieties) * California Holly * California Poppy * Camellia * Christmas Cactus * Coleus * Corn Plant * Creeping Charlie * Creeping Jenny * Croton (House Variety) * Dahlia * Daisies * Dandelion * Dogwood * Donkey Tail * Dracaena * Easter Lilly * Echerveria * Eucalyptus * Eugenia * Ficus * Gardenia * Grape Ivy * Heavenly Bamboo * Hens & Chickens * Honeysuckle * Hoya * Ice Plant * Impatiens * Indian Hawthorne * Jade Plant * Kalanchoe * Lilly (Day, Easter or Tiger) * Lipstick Plant * Magnolia * Marigold * Monkey Plant * Nandina * Natal Plum * Norfolk Island Pine * Peperomia * Petunia * Prayer Plant * Purple Passion * Pyracantha * Raphiolopsis * Rose * Sansevieria * Scheffelera * Spider Plant * Star Jasmine * Swedish Ivy * Umbrella Plant * Violets * Wandering Jew * Weeping Fig * Weeping Willow * Wild Onion * Zebra Plant
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