Poisonous Plants

There are a number of poisonous plants that are commonly found in gardens. Some plants are poisonous if ingested, if inhaled or may cause skin irritation by contact. Some common examples are frangipani, privet, rhus, angel’s trumpet (datura), daphne, hygrangea, lantana, oleander, poinsettia, agapanthus, arum lily, daffodils cyclamen, foxglove, sweet pea and wisteria.

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