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#1 ~BettyK~

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Posted 20 January 2010 - 10:59 PM

Poisonous Plants

Common Name,

Amer bittersweet

Angel's trumpet

Autumn crocus or saffron

Baneberry

Bead tree/ China tree

Beladonna Lily

Bermuda buttercup

Bitter nightshade

Black locust

Bleeding heat

Boxwood

Buckthorn

Buttercup

Buttonbush

Caladium

Carolina Jessamine

Castor bean

Cherries, peaches, plums

Christmas cherry

Christmas rose

Common tansy

Coral plant

Crinum lily

Crown of thorns

Culvers root

Daphne

Deadly amanita mushroom

Devils walking stick

Dieffenbachia/dumbcane

Elderberry

Elephants ear

English holly

English ivy

European bittersweet

European burning bush

Flax

Fly agaric mushroom

Foxglove

Jack-in-the-pulpit

Jerusalem cherry

Jimson weed/thorn apple

Garden huckleberry

Garden iris

German ivy

Ginko/maidenhair tree

Gloriosa

Golden-chain tree

Ground ivy

Horsechestnut (buckeye)

Hyacinth

Hydrangea

Impatiens

Lady slipper orchid

Lantana

Larkspur/delphinium

Lily-of-the-valley

Lobelia

Lupines

Matrimony vine

Milkweeds

Mistletoe

Monkshood

Moonseed vine

Mountain laurel

Narcussus, daffodil

Nightblooming jasmine

Oleander

Opium poppy

Osage orange

Parsnip

Pasque lily

Philodendron

Poinsetta

Poison hemlock

Poison ivy, Poison oak

Pokewood

Primrose

Privet

Rhododendron

Rhubarb

Rubber plant

Rosary pea

Sneezeweed

Snow-on-the-mountain

Sour dock

Spider-lily

St. johnswort

Star of Bethlehem

Sweet pea

Tobaccos

Tree of heaven

Walnut

Water hemlock

White snakeroot

Wisteria

Yew

#2 paco4

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Posted 11 September 2010 - 07:56 AM

Poisonous Plants

Common Name,

Amer bittersweet

Angel's trumpet

Autumn crocus or saffron

Baneberry

Bead tree/ China tree

Beladonna Lily

Bermuda buttercup

Bitter nightshade

Black locust

Bleeding heat

Boxwood

Buckthorn

Buttercup

Buttonbush

Caladium

Carolina Jessamine

Castor bean

Cherries, peaches, plums

Christmas cherry

Christmas rose

Common tansy

Coral plant

Crinum lily

Crown of thorns

Culvers root

Daphne

Deadly amanita mushroom

Devils walking stick

Dieffenbachia/dumbcane

Elderberry

Elephants ear

English holly

English ivy

European bittersweet

European burning bush

Flax

Fly agaric mushroom

Foxglove

Jack-in-the-pulpit

Jerusalem cherry

Jimson weed/thorn apple

Garden huckleberry

Garden iris

German ivy

Ginko/maidenhair tree

Gloriosa

Golden-chain tree

Ground ivy

Horsechestnut (buckeye)

Hyacinth

Hydrangea

Impatiens

Lady slipper orchid

Lantana

Larkspur/delphinium

Lily-of-the-valley

Lobelia

Lupines

Matrimony vine

Milkweeds

Mistletoe

Monkshood

Moonseed vine

Mountain laurel

Narcussus, daffodil

Nightblooming jasmine

Oleander

Opium poppy

Osage orange

Parsnip

Pasque lily

Philodendron

Poinsetta

Poison hemlock

Poison ivy, Poison oak

Pokewood

Primrose

Privet

Rhododendron

Rhubarb

Rubber plant

Rosary pea

Sneezeweed

Snow-on-the-mountain

Sour dock

Spider-lily

St. johnswort

Star of Bethlehem

Sweet pea

Tobaccos

Tree of heaven

Walnut

Water hemlock

White snakeroot

Wisteria

Yew


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#3 KittyKitty

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    Adv Member

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Posted 07 April 2011 - 02:57 PM

Okay, so I don't see Monstera deliciosa but it's specifications say:
Poisonous component
Calcium oxalate

Notes
The leaves can cause problems if chewed by humans or family pets. Experimental rats and mice died after they were fed plant extracts. General symptoms of poisoning are immediate and painful with aphonia (loss of voice), blistering, hoarseness, irritation of the mouth.





So I would add this to the list.... And I have to move mine because I caught Bonnie nipping at it yesterday!

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Posted 06 March 2012 - 10:42 PM

When my boyfriend was making my birds perches we looked up what trees were ok to use on this website bad trees hope it helps for those who like to make your birds perches Posted Image

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Posted 10 July 2012 - 12:23 AM

Here is a list of different safe and non safe... it lists the parts of the plants that are safe or not also, and what it can do or harm, and how or why...

(related to my gliders) but I'd think the same effect on birds.... I kinda compared it and saw a lot of the same...

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