Toxic plant list




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TOXIC PLANT LIST

- Very Bad Plants

The following plants are considered to be poisonous, toxic plants or "very bad.”
Always check with the Poison Center if you have a suspicion that a plant has been eaten,

or if the circumstances are unclear. If any portion of the following plants is ingested, call

your regional poison center immediately.

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Amaryllis

Anemone


Arborvitae

Bird of paradise

Bittersweet

Black locust

Black root

Buckeye


Buttercups

Caladium


Castor bean

Crown of thorns

Crown vetch

Cyclamen


Daphne

Delphinium

Dieffenbachia

Elderberry

Foxglove

Hedge apples

Holly

Hyacinth


Hydrangea

Jack in the pulpit

Jerusalem cherry

Jimson weed

Jonquil

Juniper


Laurel

Lily of the valley

Lobelia

Locoweed


Maidenhair tree

Mistletoe

Moonseed

Monkshood

Morning Glory

Mother-in-law plant

Mother-in-law tongue

Mushrooms (some varieties)

Nightshade (all varieties)

Oleander


Peony

Periwinkle

Poison hemlock

Poison oak

Pokeweed

Poppy (except California)

Pothos

Ranunculus



Rhubarb (leaves)

Rosary beans

Rosary peas

Sand begonia

Snow on the mountain

Solomon's seal

String of beads

String of pearls

Sumac

Vinca (all varieties)



Water hemlock

Wild parsnip

Wisteria

Yew


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Common Questions about Plants
Q: What if I’m not sure of the name of my plant?

A: Take parts of the plant to a master gardener working at your local nursery. Then call

the poison center with the Latin or commonly known name of the plant for further instructions.



Q: Where can I find photos of some of these plants?
A: An excellent web resource is the Cornell University Plant site.

This resource provides plant poison prevention information.



www.ansci.cornell.edu.plants
Remember if in doubt; always call the poison center for help. No question is too small!
Oregon Poison Center

Oregon Health & Science University

3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road

Portland, Oregon 97239

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Revised 6/14/2007
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MILDLY TOXIC PLANTS

The "Bad" Plants

The following plants are considered to be "bad" or mildly toxic plants. Mildly toxic plants may be easily confused with toxic plants. They can be kept around children with some careful supervision.
Remember, any plant may cause unexpected problems. This includes choking. Always check with the poison control center if a plant has been accidentally ingested.

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Alyssum

American ivy

Apricot (pit)

Arrowhead

Avocado (seed, leaves, stem)

Birch tree

Black walnut

Bleeding heart

Boston ivy

Cactus


Carnation

Carrot (greens)

Cattail

Chrysanthemum



Daisy

Devil's Ivy

Dogwood

Dracaena (most varieties)



Elephant's ear

Fern


Ficus Benjamina

Fig tree


Geranium

Gladiola


Dahlia

Honeysuckle

Inch plant

Iris


Ivy

Lady slipper

Lamb's tail

Maple tree

Narcissus

Oak tree


Oxalis

Painted lady

Pansy

Peace lily



Peach (pit)

Philodendron

Poinsettia

Potato (all green parts)

Rose

Rubber plant



Sedum

Sensitive fern

Snake plant

Sweet pea

Tomato (entire plant except

the ripe fruit)

Violet

Weeping willow



Woodbine

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Common Questions about Plants
Q: What if I’m not sure of the name of my plant?

A: Take parts of the plant to a master gardener working at your local nursery. Then call

the poison center with the Latin or commonly known name of the plant for further

instructions.
Q: Where can I find photos of some of these plants?

A: An excellent web resource is the Cornell University Plant site.

This resource provides plant poison prevention information.



www.ansci.cornell.edu.plants







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