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Poisonous Plants

Following is a list of the most common plants and flowers (this is not an exhaustive list) which may be deadly for your dog if ingested.

A

Algae, Blue Green Almond Anemone Amaryllis
Apple (seeds) Apricot Pits Arrow Grass Avocado
Azalea      

B

Balsam Baneberry Belladonna Bird of Paradise
Bittersweet Black-Eyed Susan Bleeding Heart Bloodroot
Boxwood Burning Bush Buttercup  

C

Cactus Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean
Cherry Christmas Chrysanthemum Columbine
Cornflower Crocus Cyclamen  

D

Daffodil Daphne Delphinium Dumb Cane

E

Eggplant Elderberry Elephant Ear Euonymus

F

Flax Four O'clock Foxglove  

G

Golden Glow      

H

Henbane Hemlock Holly Honeysuckle
Horse Chestnut Hyacinth Hydrangea  

I

Impatiens Iris Ivy  

J

Jack-In-The-Pulpit Japanese Plum Jasmine Java Beans
Jimson Weed Jonquil Juniper  

L

Laburnum Lantata Larkspur Laurel
Lily of the Valley Lily, most forms Locoweed  

M

Mistletoe Monkshood Morning Glory Mountain Laurel
Mushrooms, toadstools      

N

Nightshade Nutmeg    

O

Oak Trees Oleander    

P

Peach (seed) Pear (seed) Peony Pimpernel
Plums (foliage, seed) Poinsettia Poison Ivy Poison Oak
Pokeweed Poppy Potato (shoots, leaves, eyes) Privet

R

Rhododendron Rhubarb (foliage, raw stems)    

S

Scotch Broom Skunk Cabbage Snapdragon Snowdrop
Star of Bethlehem      

T

Tobacco Tomato (foliage, vines) Tulip  

V

Verbena Virginia Creeper    

W

Wisteria      

Y

Yew (most forms)