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    • Plants poisonous to Pets

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      Plants Poisonous to Dogs, Cats, and Many Other Pets
      This list is not all inclusive.
      ALL BULBS
      Amarylillis
      Apple Leaf Croton
      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
      Chinese Evergreen
      Christmas Rose
      Cineraria
      Clematis
      Cordatum
      Corn Plant
      Cornstalk Plant
      Croton
      Cuban Laurel
      Cutleaf Philodendron
      Cycads
      Cyclamen
      Daffodil
      Devil's Ivy
      Dianthus
      Dieffenbachia
      Dracaena Palm
      Dragon Tree
      Dumb Cane
      Dianthus
      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
      Hops
      Hurricane Plant
      Indian Rubber Plant
      Janet Craig Dracaena
      Jeusalem Cherry
      Kalanchoe
      Lacy Tree Philodendron
      Lily of the Valley
      Madagascar Dragon Tree
      Marble Queen
      Marijuana
      Mexican Breadfruit
      Miniature Croton
      Mistletoe
      Morning Glory
      Mother-in Law's Tongue
      Narcissus
      Needlepoint Ivy
      Nephytis
      Nightshade
      Oleander
      Onion
      Peace Lily
      Pencil Cactus
      Plumosa Fern
      Poinsettia
      Poison Ivy
      Poison Oak
      Pothos
      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
      Tobacco
      Tree Philodendron
      Tropic Snow Dieffenbachia
      Weeping Fig
      Yew

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