28
Jan
2009
Poisonous plants, indoor and outdoor
Curiosity

Toxic plants are on the 5th place in the accidents of poisoning of children up to 5 years.

Some plants that should be kept on the children any type of fungus can be dangerous, bulbs of Narcissus (daffodil), Lilium (Lily) and Tulipa (tulip), the seeds of Lathyrus, Ipomoea purple, leaves Rheum rhaponticum, flowers and leaves of Solanum tuberosum (potato), fruitsm/en/taxon154147/Daphne "target =" _blank "> Daphne, flowers, leaves and seeds of Datura, the fruits of Ilex, all plant parts of Nerium oleander (leandru) are toxic, even the smoke emitted by burning plant is extremely toxic.

References

Alan Greene - Raising Baby Green - The Earth-Friendly Guide to Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Baby Care - Jossey-Bass, 2007

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