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  • medicinal
  • It is observed in hops harvesters, in carpenters who work with certain types of wood (for example, Euonymus ), and in persons who work with certain medicinal plants (for example, belladonna, Securinega, Schizandra ). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • lily
  • Crocus plants are members of the lily family and often are cultivated for their long, ornamental flowers. (drugs.com)
  • When Phoebe, a 23-month-old cat from Missouri, took a few nibbles of a lily plant, her owners didn't think a thing. (osu.edu)
  • Lily poisoning, particularly from plants of the Lilium or Hemerocallis genera, causes rapid kidney failure. (osu.edu)
  • Some additional names for this plant are fire lily, ridderstjerene, lily of the palace, and amaryllis. (embracepetinsurance.com)
  • Neonicotinoids
  • Where corn and soybeans cover the agricultural landscape, as in much of Eastern Canada, virtually every planted seed is coated with neonicotinoids. (rabble.ca)
  • Neonicotinoids have certainly proven effective in killing plant pests. (rabble.ca)
  • Metabolites (the breakdown product of complex substances) and synergisms (combined substances which result in a greater potency than the original) could make neonicotinoids even more toxic and persistent than is already known. (clintonconservancygardens.org)
  • nectar
  • Any insect coming into contact with the plant -- a leaf-eating or sap-sucking pest, or a nectar-seeking pollinator -- may be poisoned. (rabble.ca)
  • Chives
  • Some tests feel that Garlic, similar to Onions and Chives are seriously toxic to dogs, whilst others will claim it is positively beneficial. (hubpages.com)
  • indoors
  • In fact, it can be a risk even if your horse is always kept indoors because toxic plants can sometimes accidentally make their way into the hay you buy. (lbemc.com)
  • organic
  • But even organic-labeled pesticides can be toxic, according to Lowes ' master gardener Lester Pole. (rd.com)
  • Essential oils volatile, organic constituents of plants. (simplewag.com)
  • ingest
  • Probably what happened is some kid went online and looked up plants you can ingest to get a high from, and somehow or another, they found out about this Jimson weed," said Uniontown Police Chief Don C. Hensley. (ridgecrestca.com)
  • thrive
  • Chemical fertilizers can make your plants thrive, but depending on their active ingredients, they can be highly poisonous, Langrall tells Reader's Digest . (rd.com)
  • Because spider mites thrive in hot, dry conditions, I like to raise humidity by misting the plants or using a warm-water room humidifier. (thegardenerseden.com)
  • deadly
  • Also known as black nightshade or deadly nightshade, this plant is part of the solanaceae family. (embracepetinsurance.com)
  • Perilous garden Many a favorite garden plant is lovely to look at but deadly to eat. (baltimoresun.com)
  • Unfortunately, some of these pretty plants can be harmful to our pets and children… even deadly. (homehacks.co)
  • This has only increased since starting medical school - any drug, after all, can be a poison in the right quantity, and many seemingly deadly plants are used for treating a variety of conditions. (blogspot.com)
  • harmful
  • Although horses usually graze freely when they are out in open fields , there are a number of plants and flowers that are very harmful to them. (serenataflowers.com)
  • We have also confirmed that our partnering seed and plant producers do not use this persistent and harmful class of chemicals. (prairiemoon.com)
  • Alcoholic beverages, holiday goodies such as chocolates, and meat from poultry, fish and pork can be harmful to pets -- even toxic. (ndri.com)
  • daffodils
  • Lots of people plant daffodils around their home. (homehacks.co)
  • You may be surprised to learn that daffodils are not only being admired as lovely harbingers of spring, but also, according to new research, as plants with potent cancer-fighting potential. (bestpureessentialoils.com)
  • 1 Daffodils belong to the Amaryllidaceae (also commonly known as Amaryllis) family of plants, which possess not only anticancer properties, but also anticholinesterase, anti-inflammatory, antimalarial and antiviral effects, too. (bestpureessentialoils.com)
  • While this news is intriguing, it's important to mention it is unsafe to eat daffodils because the entire plant is highly toxic. (bestpureessentialoils.com)
  • Long enjoyed for their brightly colored petals arrayed in the shape of a star and frilly trumpet-shaped heads, daffodils are now joining the ranks of cancer-fighting plants. (bestpureessentialoils.com)
  • flowers
  • The woody hillsides where the foxes made their dens were often covered with the toxic flowers. (wikipedia.org)
  • The plant can be up to a meter tall, with small clusters of leaves and colorful flowers. (serenataflowers.com)
  • The entire plant is toxic, including the smoke from burning and the water in which flowers have been placed. (garden.org)
  • Also known as the Mother-In-Law plant, the Kalanchoe is a common house plant with small dense flowers. (petmd.com)
  • Holy cristmas day is just knocking the door.The holiday season has begun and all those wonderful holiday plants are arriving in local greenhouses, garden centers and retail stores.Holiday decorations often include flowers and shrubs. (ndri.com)
  • When you begin plotting out your spring vegetable garden, do you include space for edible flowers in your planting plan? (thegardenerseden.com)
  • These are favorite plants whose flowers I yearly look forward to. (baltimoresun.com)
  • Entire plant, fresh or dried, especially flowers. (lbemc.com)
  • Varieties
  • the Alnwick Gardens feature their very own Poison Garden , which cultivates over 100 varieties of both notorious and everyday plants with dangerous effects. (blogspot.com)
  • Over 100 varieties of these hardy flowering shrubs grow as perennial plants in temperate zones and as annual plants in cooler areas. (gardenharvestsupply.com)
  • cause
  • Even a mouthful of yew from any part of the plant can cause horses to experience digestive illness and quick death. (serenataflowers.com)
  • It is highly toxic to horses and a small amount can cause extreme discomfort, sweating and breathing difficulties. (serenataflowers.com)
  • Eating this plant can cause horses to experience paralysis, asphyxiation and eventually death. (serenataflowers.com)
  • Eating several leaves can give you a stomach ache, and the sap can cause skin rash.It is noted that any plant, even non-toxic plants can cause coughing or choking, or stomach upset when swallowed. (ndri.com)
  • Pine cones are not toxic, although contact dermatitis may result from handling.The sap may cause an itchy skin rash. (ndri.com)
  • The entire plant, including the milky white sap, is toxic, and any part can cause an adverse reaction. (newworldencyclopedia.org)