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Safety Related Information



The plants and trees listed here are considered nontoxic or non- poisonous. Plants that are commonly known by more than one name have been listed under each name. Harmful side effects from eating or handling these plants are unlikely; however, any plant may cause an unexpected reaction in sensitive persons.

Abelia
Abyssinian sword lily
African daisy
African palm
African violet
Air plant
Aluminum plant
Aralia
Araucaria
Asparagus fern
Aspidistra
Aster
Baby's tears or baby's breath
Bachelor buttons
Bamboo palm
Begonia
Birds' nest fern
Blood leaf plant
Boston ferns
Bougainvillea
Bromeliads
Burro's tail
California holly
California poppy
Camellia
Cast iron plant
Christmas cactus
Coleus
Corn plant
Crab apples
Creeping charlie
Creeping jennie
Croton - house variety
Dahlia
Daisies
Dandelion
Day lily
Dogwood
Donkey tail
Dracaena or dragon tree
Easter lily
Echeveria
Eugenia
Gardenia
Geranium
Grape ivy
Hedge apples
Hens and chicks
Honeysuckle
Hoya
Jade plant
Kalanchoe
Lily (day, Easter, tiger)
Lipstick plant
Lysima
Magnolia
Maidenhair fern
Marigold
Moneywort
Monkey plant
Monkey puzzle
Norfolk island pine
Pansy
Parlor and paradise palm
Peperomia
Petunia
Piggyback plant
Prayer plant
Purple passion
Pyracantha
Rose
Sansevieria
Schefflera
Sensitive plant
Sentry palm
Silver dollar plant
Spider plant
Swedish ivy
Umbrella
Violets
Wandering Jew
Wax plant
Weeping fig
Weeping willow
Wild onion
Zebra plant


NOTE: If you have a plant or tree that does not appear on either of these pages, you should move it to an area of your home that is off limits to your child and contact your Poison Control Center for information.
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