Consumption can lead to throat swelling, breathing difficulties and stomach irritation. Ledebouria socialis (var. Fatsia japonica by the kitchen at the mansion in Leland, Mississippi on 2-1-09, #3-23. It will grow as a houseplant and normally won’t grow over 6′ tall indoors and it seldom if ever will flower. Take care when handling this plant. Pelargonium radens ‘Candy Dancer’-Storksbill, Pelargonium x tomentosum ‘Chocolate Mint’, Hypericum punctatum-Spotted St. John’s Wort, Crocosmia x Curtonus ‘Lucifer’-Montbretia, Iris x violipurpurea ‘Black Gamecock’-Louisiana Iris, Agastache ‘Kudos™ Gold’-Dwarf Hummingbird Mint, Mexican Hyssop, Agastache aurantiaca ‘Apricot Sprite’-Hummingbird Mint, Agastache nepetoides (Yellow Giant Hyssop), Lavandula angustifolia ‘Platinum Blonde’™ PPAF-English Lavender, Lavandula dentata-French Lavender, Fringed Lavender, Leonotis leonurus-Lion’s Tail, Wild Dagga. Ingestion of any parts of the plant (and often the leaves usually as a result of misidentification for comfrey, Symphytum officinale) can result in severe poisoning. A toxic plant is one that contains a chemical substance which produces a harmful reaction in the body of humans or animals when taken in small or moderate amounts. cristata ‘Heirloom Giant Burgundy’, Celosia argentea var. It’s widely naturalised, but may be native in damp woodlands, meadows and along ditches in the southern half of the UK. D. marginata)-Dragon Tree, Hosta ‘Queen Josephine’? They contain a mixture of tropane alkaloids that affect the nervous system. ... Fatsia japonica (Japanese aralia) Nerve plant. You will need to provide them with the identity of the plant, however. Senecio talinoides subsp. Monkshood is one of the UK's most poisonous plants and if ingested can cause stomach pain, dizziness and heart problems. Kalanchoe. Fatsia japonica, commonly called Japanese aralia shrub, is an evergreen plant that grows in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 8 through 11. Monarda didyma-Scarlet Bee Balm, Bergamot, Oswego Tea, Monarda fistulosa-Wild Bergamot, Horsemint, Bee Balm, Nepeta x faassenii/N. )*, Ranunculus fascicularis-Early or Prairie Buttercup. Its flowers grow on tall spikes that bloom between June and September. Any plant may cause a reaction in certain people. or Hybrid?-Ox Tongue, Cow Tongue, Lawyers Tongue, Haworthiopsis limifolia (Syn. If a plant is eaten, remove the rest from the mouth and rinse the mouth with water. Baptisia australis-Blue False Indigo, Blue Wild Indigo, Desmodium paniculatum/Desmodium perplexum-Panicledleaf/Perplexing Tick Trefoil, ETC., ETC…, Genista spachiana (Syn. GB520 6111 04. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. The Woodland Trust and Woodland Trust Nature Detectives logos are registered trademarks. Sempervivum arachnoideum ‘Cebenese’-Cobweb Houseleek. Home This is because there is a wide range of plants that can cause allergic reactions, and sensitivity to a plant varies among individuals. It was first described as Aralia japonica by Carl Peter Thunberg in Nova Acta Regiae Societatis Scientiarum Upsaliensis in 1780. Pennisetum setaceum)-Purple Fountain Grass, Dichanthelium latifolium-Broad-Leaved Panic Grass, Miscanthus sinensis ‘Zebrinus’-Zebra Grass. Consumption can lead to throat swelling, breathing difficulties and stomach irritation. Don’t leave anything to chance - contact your vet immediately for advice and don’t wait for any possible symptoms to develop. Pelargonium denticulatum (Possibly ‘Filicifolium’)-Pine Geranium, etc. It grows throughout the UK, along woodland edges, roadside verges and hedgerows. pustulatus-Kangaroo Paws Fern, Lysimachia nummularia ‘Aurea’/’Goldilocks’-Golden Creeping Jenny, Gold Moneywort, Aquilegia virdiflora ‘Chocolate Soldier’-Columbine. Austrocylindropuntia subulata f. cristata-Crested Eve’s Needle, Cereus forbesiI f. monstrose ‘Ming Thing’, Cereus hildmannianus subsp. They may cause symptoms ranging from a mild stomach ache to serious heart and kidney problems. Echinopsis ‘Rainbow Bursts’ (Syn. Agrimonia parviflora-Swamp Agrimony, Harvestlice, Etc. If you cannot identify a houseplant, call your local Extension Center or the Home and Garden Education Center for assistance. The following is a list of plants considered toxic. Allergic reactions are not always classified as poisoning and will not be treated as such here. cristata ‘Bombay Pink’, Celosia argentea var. According to Dave’s Garden, this shrub is hardy in USDA zones 7a-10b, which is down to ZERO. Fishtail Palm, Caryota spp. Want to plant 500+ trees on at least half a hectare? Serious cases are rare but can include heart problems and breathing difficulties. ‘Marginatus’ -Sweedish Ivy, Rosmarinus officinallis/Salvia rosmarinus-Rosemary, Salvia farinacea Cathedral™ Series ‘Blue Bicolor’-Mealycup or Mealy Sage, Salvia pratensis ‘Midnight Model’-Meadow Sage, Salvia coccinea-Scarlet Sage, Hummingbird Sage, Etc., Etc…. Acalypha pendula-Chenile Plant Chenille Firetail, etc. sullivantii ‘Goldsturm’-Orange Coneflower, Sullivant’s Coneflower, Black-Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia hirta ‘Cherokee Sunset’-Gloriosa Daisy, Black-Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia hirta ‘Denver Daisy’-Gloriosa Daisy. Poison hemlock, with its purple-blotched stems, can cause paralysis if ingested. Kalanchoe daigremontiana-Mother Of Thousands, Etc. So enjoy looking at them but take care and don't touch them. Sometimes the combination can be downright deadly. Dogs can also become unwell water from a vase containing daffodils is drunk. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. undulatifolia-RIPPLE JADE (Aka. It had been severely neglected for many years and incorrectly pruned off and on. Healthy Homes Master Composter Program You love your cat. (most non-toxic except Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.  You can check out the links below for further reading. This is because there is a wide range of plants that can cause allergic reactions, and sensitivity to a plant varies among individuals. ellipticus (Syn. In more serious cases it can result in changes to heart rate, body temperature and blood pressure, and even lead to a seizure. Although eating or touching these plants is unlikely to cause illness, any plant might cause a reaction in certain sensitive individuals. Mammillaria nejapensis)-Silver Arrows, Mammillaria muehlenpfordtii (Syn. Colocasia gigantea ‘Thailand Giant’), Leucocasia gigantea (Syn. According to Dave’s Garden, this shrub is hardy in USDA zones 7a-10b, which is down to ZERO.