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Poisonous Plants

 

Here’s two lists of poisonous plants according to level of toxicity.

 

   The plants in this first list contain a variety of poisons that cause different symptoms, which can include skin rashes, drooling, diarrhea, abdominal pain, depression, tremors, and kidney damage.

 


Agave

Almond leaves & pits

Aloe vera

Amaryllis

Anenome (wildflower)

Angel Trumpet Tree

Apple seeds

Apricot leaves & pits

Autumn crocus

Azalea

Baneberry

Barilla

Begonia, sand

Belladona

Bindweed

Bird of Paradise

Black locust seeds

Black nightshade berry

Bleeding heart

Bloodroot

Bluebell

Bluebonnet

Bottlebrush

Boxwood

Bracken fern

Buckeye seeds

Buckthorne berries

Buddist pine

Buttercup

Butterfly weed

Caladium

Calla lily

Calamondin orange tree

Carnation

Carolina jessamine

Castor bean

Celladine

Ceriman

Cherry leaves, twigs & pits

Chinaberry tree

Chokecherry

Christmas cherry

Christmas rose

Cineraria

Clematis

Cockebur

Columbine

Cone flower

Cordatum

Cornstalk plant

Croton

Crown of thorns

Cuban laurel

Cycads

Cyclamen

Cypress surge

Daffodil

Daisy

Daphne

Delphinium

Dianthus

Diffenbachia (Dumbcane)

Dragon tree

Dutchman’s breeches

Eggplant foliage

Elaine

Elder

Elderberry

Elephant ears

Emerald feather

Ergot

Eucalyptus

European bittersweet

Eyebane

Fiddle-leaf fig

Firecracker

Florida beauty

Flowering tobacco

Four O’clock

Foxglove

Fruit salad plant

Geranium

Golden chain

Halogeton

Hemlock

Holly

Horse nettle

Horsechestnut

Hurricane plant

Hyacinth

Hydrandea

Indian rubber plant

Iris

Ivy

Japanese Plum

Jack-in-the-pulpit

Jequirity bean

Jerusalem cherry

Jimson weed

Jonquil

Juniper

Lantana

Larkspur

Laurel

Lily of the valley

Lobelia

Locoweed

Lupine

Marble queen

Mayapple

Mexican breadfruit

Milkweed

Mistletoe

Monkshood

Morning glory

Mother-in-law’s tongue

Narcissus

Nephytis

Nicotiana

Nightshade

Oak leaves

Oleander

Oxallis

Peach leaves & pits

Pencil cactus

Peony

Periwinkle

Philodendron

Pigweed

Pinks

Plumosa fern

Podocarpus

Pointsettia

Poison ivy

Poison oak

Poison sumac

Poke weed

Poppy (all but California)

Potato plant & sprouts

Pothos

Precatory bean

Primrose

Privet

Pyrocantha

Ranunculus

Red emerald

Red maple

Red princess

Rhododendron

Rhubarb

Ribbon plant

Rosary pea

Sago palm

Scotch broom

Skunk cabbage

Snow on the mountain

Spathe flower

Star of Bethlehem

String of pearls

Sweet William

Sweet pea

Swiss cheese plant

Tansy

Taro vine

Thorn apple

Tobacco

Tomato leaves

Tulip

Trumpet Vine

Violet seeds

Virginia creeper berries

Weeping fig

Western false hellebore

White snake root

Wild carrots

Wild cucumber

Wild parsip

Wild peas

Wisteria

Yew tree


 

Eating or handling small amounts of these plants are unlikely to cause symptoms.  However, some individuals may be sensitive to these plants.

 


African violet

Air fern

Aluminum plant

Areca palm

Asparagus fern

Aster

Baby's breath

Baby tears

Bachelor button

Bamboo

Boston fern

Bromeliad

Butterfly tulip

Christmas cactus

Camelia

Chinese evergreen

Coleus

Corn plant

Creeping Charlie

Dahlia

Dandelion

Dracaena

False aralia

Fittonia, red

Forsythia

Fuschia

Gardenia

Hawthorne

Hibiscus

Impatiens

Jade plant

Japanese aralia

Kalanchoe

Lipstick plant

Maidenhair fern

Magnolia bush

Mountain ash

Nasturtium

Parlor palm

Peperomia

Petunia

Phlox

Piggyback plant

Polka dot plant

Pregnant plant

Purple passion

Rose

Shefflera

Skimmia

Snapdragon

Snake plant

Spider plant

Spider aralia

Staghorn fern

Swedish ivy

Sword fern

Tiger lily

Umbrella tree

Velvet plant


Wandering Jew

Zebra plant

Zinnia

 

Here is an additional website with more info on poisonous plants:

http://www.serenataflowers.com/Poisonous-Flowers-and-Plants


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