Poisonous Plants. Ronald Smith, Ph.D. Extension Horticulturist & Turfgrass Specialist Created by Andrea Carlson. Common Poisonous House Plants. http://envhort.ucdavis.edu/ce/king/PoisPlant/. Common Poisonous House Plants. Caladium Caladium. Dieffenbachia Dumb Cane.
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Ronald Smith, Ph.D.
Extension Horticulturist & Turfgrass Specialist
Created by Andrea Carlson
Dieffenbachia Dumb Cane
Hedera spp. Ivy
Myrtus communis Myrtle
Euphorbia pulcherrima Poinsettia
Oxalis spp. Oxalis
Philodendron scandens Heart Leaf, Sweetheart Plant
Spathiphyllum wallisii Peace Lily
Borago officinalis Borage
Rhododendron spp. Azalea
Hippeastrum spp. Amaryllis
Berberis spp. Barberry
Zante deschia spp. Calla Lily
Hedera Helix English Ivy
Clematis spp. Clematis
Colocasia esculenta Elephant’s Ear
Delphinium spp. Delphinium
Illex spp. Holly
Lonicera japonica, L.sempervirens Japanese & Trumpet Honeysuckle
Impatiens spp. Impatiens
Iris spp. Iris
Lantana spp. Lantana
Hydrangea quercifolia, H.macrophylla H.arborescensSmooth Hydrangea, Oakleaf Hydrangea, Bigleaf Hydrangea
Impomoea spp. Morning glory
Nerium oleander Oleander
Campsis radicans Trumpet Vine
Wisteria spp. Wisteria
Mouth: Remove any remaining parts of the plant or mushroom from victim's mouth and clean out the mouth. Give a small amount of water.
Skin: Wash any skin exposed to the plant with soap and cool water as soon as possible.
Eyes: Flush eyes with lukewarm water for 10-15 minutes. Be very gentle, as vigorous or prolonged rinsing can hurt the eyes.
For nearest Poison Control:
Hennepin Regional Poison Center
Hennepin County Medical Center