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Pretty Poisons

Posted by lhvs on June 15, 2015

Pretty Poisons

I don't know about you, but my dogs refuse to stay out of the flower beds, flower pots, and garden every year. I didn't know there are so many plants and things outside that could harm my pets. Several plants and flowers produce a variety of toxic substances that can cause reactions from simple nausea to tragic death. Some of the prettiest plants can cause so much harm if ingested, so my green thumb and I dug up a list of some of the list for you.

  1. Lilies
  2. Lily of the Valley
  3. Tulips
  4. Aloe Vera
  5. Daffodil bulbs
  6. Philodendrons
  7. Chrysanthemums
  8. Ferns
  9. Hydrangea
  10. Iris
  11. Hyacinths
  12. Morning Glory seeds and roots
  13. Azaleas
  14. Caladiums
  15. Elephant Ear
  16. Glacier and English Ivy
  17. Bird-of-Paradise
  18. Buttercup
  19. Delphinium
  20. Foxglove
  21. Holly Berries
  22. Mistletoe Berries
  23. Poinsettias
  24. Potato shoots and sprouts
  25. Rhododendrons
  26. Rhubarb leaves
  27. Autumn Crocus
  28. Apple seeds
  29. Peach Pits

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