Poisonous Plants for Dogs and Cats Alfalfa (multiple exposures) Aloe Vera Amarylillis Apple (seeds) Apple Leaf Croton Apricot (pit) Asparagus Fern Autumn Crocus Avacado (fruit and pit) Azalea Baby's Breath Bittersweet Bird of Paradise Branching Ivy Buckey Buddist Pine Caladium Calla Lily Castor Bean Ceriman Charming Dieffenbachia Cherry (seeds and wilting leaves) Chinese Evergreen Christmas Rose Cineraria Clematis Cordatum Corn Plant Cornstalk Plant Croton Cuban Laurel Cutleaf Philodendron Cycads Cyclamen Daffodil Devil's Ivy Dieffenbachia Dracaena Palm Dragon Tree Dumb Cane Easter Lily (in cats!!!!) Elaine Elephant Ears Emerald Feather English Ivy Fiddle-leaf fig Florida Beauty Foxglove Fruit Salad Plant Geranium German Ivy Giant Dumb Cane Glacier Ivy Gold Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Golden Pothos Hahn's Self-Branching Ivy Heartland Philodendron Hurricane Plant Indian Rubber Plant Janet Craig Dracaena Japanese Show Lily (cats !!!) Jeusalem Cherry Kalanchoe Lacy Tree Philodendron Lily of the Valley Mother-in Law's Tongue Madagascar Dragon Tree Marble Queen Marijuana Mexican Breadfruit Miniature Croton Mistletoe Morning Glory Narcissus Needlepoint Ivy Nephytis Nightshade Oleander Onion Oriental Lily (cats!!!) Peace Lily Peach (wilting leaves and pits) Pencil Cactus Plumosa Fern Poinsettia (low toxicity) Poison Ivy Poison Oak Pothos Potato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Precatory Bean Primrose Red Emerald Red Princess Red-Margined Dracaena Rhododendron Ribbon Plant Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Satin Pothos Schefflera Silver Pothos Spotted Dumb Cane String of Pearls Striped Dracaena Sweetheart Ivy Swiss Cheese Plant Taro Vine Tiger Lily (cats!!!) Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem and leaves) Tree Philodendron Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia Weeping Fig Yew * please note: this list is not all inclusive The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center, an operating division of theAmerican Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), is the onlyanimal-oriented poison control center in North America. It is a unique, emergency hotlineproviding 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week telephone assistance. The Center's hotlineveterinarians can quickly answer questions about toxic chemicals, dangerous plants,products or substances found in our everyday surroundings that can prove poisonousor fatal to animals. ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center 1-888-4-ANI-HELP http://www.napcc.aspca.org
I hear ya scout. I am the same way with plants. I have finally found 1 I havent been able to kill though. Have you seen the lucky bamboo? All it needs is water, no sun, dirt, food, etc, water and only every month or so. I have been growing mine since Feb. 28th (wrote date down just so hubby could keep track of how long it would be before I killed it) LOL. It is still growing. BTW ltlgto...........that is quite a list. I did not know so many were poisonous.
gbat - i got a bamboo plant from a friend because it only needed water to survive. yeah i killed that too. i have just given up on the whole plant thing. it's a shame because i love plants. i think its funny you wrote down the date. mine don't live long enough for me to do that :) ps. - any of my pet sitting clients that ask me to take care of their plants are forewarned about my inability. one client has their friend come over specifically to water plants for them cause of that.
good list... i chose no plants, because, whatever the opposite of a green thumb is, i have 10 of them. i have real-looking silk flower arrangements, get lots of compliments ...'what a nice bouquet...' thanks ~grin~ if they only knew... a list of toxic foods will be due soon.... :)