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Poisonous Plants

Some plants and flowers can be poisonous to our furry friends! Here is a list of the

Top 100 most poisonous plants and flowers

 

Arum Lily, Autum Crocus, Australian Flame Tree, Avocado, Azalea Baneberry, Bird of Paradise, Bishop’s Weed, Black Laurel, Black Locust, Bleeding Heart, Bloodroot, Bluebonnet, Blue-Green Algae, Boxwood, Bracken Fern, Buckthorn, Bulb Flowers, Bracken Fern, Buckthorn, Bulb Flowers, Burdock, Cacao, Camel Bush, Caladium, Calla Lilly, Cardianl Flower, Chalice, Cherry Tree, Chinaberry Tree, Clematis, Cocklebur, Coffee, Coral Plant, Coriander, Dieffenbachia, Elderberry, Elephant Ear (Taro), Eucalyptus, Euonymus, Flase Hellebore, Flame Tree, Felt Plant, Firethorn, Four O’Clock, Foxglove,Glottidium, Golden Chain, Ground Chreey, Heaths, Heliotrope, Hemlock, Henbane, Holly, Honeysuckle, Jasmine, Jimsonweed, Lantana, Larkspur, Lily Of The Valley, Easter Lily, Lupine, Marijuana, Mandrake, Mexician Poppy, Milkweed, Vetch, Yellow Jasmine, Mistleteo, Mock Orange, Minkshood, Moonseed, Morning Glory, Mountain Laurel, Mushrooms, Nightshades, Oak, Oleander, Periwinkle, Philodendron, Pisweed, Poinciana, Poinsettia, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Pokeweed, Potato Shoots, Privet, Pyricantha, Rain Tree, Ranunculus (Buttercup), Rape, Red Maple, Snowdrop, Spurges, Sweet Pea, Tansy, Tobacco, Wisteria, Yews. 

 

Pet Poison Helpline 1-855-764-7661 (Fee may apply)

 

ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center 1-800-426-4435 (fee may apply)

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