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Poisonous Plants

Poisonouse if Eaten 

This is not a full list.  Please research any new plants you bring into your home or yard

  1. Poisonous if eaten

  2. Alfalfa (in Quantity)

  3. Aloe Vera

  4. Amaryllis

  5. Apple (seeds)

  6. Apricot (stone/pit)

  7. Asparagus Fern

  8. Autumn Crocus

  9. Azalea

  10. Baby’s Breath

  11. Bird of Paradise

  12. Box

  13. Calla Lily

  14. Castor Bean

  15. Ceriman

  16. Cherry (seeds and witting leaves)

  17. Christmas Rose

  18. Cineraria

  19. Clematis

  20. Cordatum

  21. Corn Plant

  22. Croton

  23. Cuban Laurel

  24. Cyclamen

  25. Daffodil

  26. Devil’s Ivy

  27. Dieffenbachis

  28. Dracaena

  29. Dragon Tree

  30. Elephant Ears

  31. Emerald Fern

  32. Foxglove

  33. Geranium

  34. Indian Rubber Plant

  35. Ivy

  36. Kalanchoe

  37. Lily of the Valley

  38. Lilies

  39. Philodendron

  40. Mother-in-Law’s Tongue

  41. Marijuana

  42. Mistletoe

  43. Morning Glory

  44. Mushroom Plants

  45. Narcissus

  46. Nephtis

  47. Nightshade

  48. Oleander

  49. Onion

  50. Peach (wilting leave and stone/pit)

  51. Pencil Cactus

  52. Plumosa Fern

  53. Poinsettia

  54. Poison Ivy

  55. Poison Pothos

  56. Potato Plant

  57. Primrose

  58. Rhododendron

  59. Rhubarb leaves 

  60. Swiss Cheese Plant

  61. Tomato Plant (Green fruit, stems and Leaves)

  62. Weeping Fig

  63. Wisteria

  64. Yew

If your dog has eaten any of these items listed on this page. Please immedicatly contact Poison Control at 855-764-7661 or 888-426-4435  or your local Veteinarian / Pet Hospital, if they are open