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  1. Good & Harmful Plants Edible and Deadly

  2. Some Poisonous Plants • Oleander • Larkspur • Monkshood • Lily-of-the Valley • Iris • Foxglove • Bleeding Heart • Rhubarb Bleeding Heart

  3. Toxic Part of the Poisonous Plants • Oleander- Leaves and Branches • Larkspur- Young Plant and seeds • Monkshood- Fleshy Roots • Lily-of-the-Valley - Leaves and Flowers • Iris- Underground Stems • Foxglove- Leaves • Bleeding heart- Roots, foliage • Rhubarb- Leaf Blade Larkspur

  4. Symptoms caused by Poisonous Plants • Oleander- Affects the heart and causes death • Larkspur- Depression, nervous excitement, and digestive system upset • Monkshood- Digestive system upset and nervous excitement • Lily-of-the-Valley - Irregular heartbeat an pulse and digestive system upset Monkshood

  5. Symptoms continued • Iris- Digestive system upset • Foxglove- Digestive upset and mental confusion, a lot can cause irregular heartbeat and pulse • Bleeding heart- Poisonous in large amounts • Rhubarb- A lot of it can cause convulsions, a coma, followed by death

  6. Edible Plants You Can Eat the: • Carnations • Dahlia • Dandelion • Day Lilies • Geraniums • Hibiscus Petals Flower head Leaves and flower heads Flowers Flowers and Leaves Flowers Lilies

  7. More Edible Plants You Can Eat the: • Petunias Petals • Roses Petals 9. Violets Petals • Impatiens Petals • Hollyhock Leaves and Flowers 12. Pansies Flowers and Leaves Petunia Rose

  8. Plants’ Defense Poisonous plants are poisonous to protect themselves. They can’t run away from predators, so they have developed other ways to defend: with poison and thorns and prickles. Iris

  9. Poison Chemicals Poisonous plants have the poison chemicals stored in the vacuoles of its cells. After the chemical is made, it is stored in the vacuole. In there, it can’t hurt the plant itself with its own poison. Deadly Nightshade

  10. Plants that cause rashes Through contact with skin, some plants cause rashes or itchiness and redness. Some include poison ivy and poison sumac. Poison Ivy