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Poisonous plants in gardens - you should know these 7

Poisonous plants in gardens - you should know these 7


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Monkshood is one of the most poisonous plants in Europe

They are beautiful, but there is something dangerous in them: poisonous plants are more often in German gardens to find. This is usually not a problem as long as you exercise caution. However, if children live with the household, then you should either do without these plants or educate the kids early enough.

Here is a small selection of popular plants that are not to be trifled with:

  1. Cherry laurel: The seeds are highly toxic and form hydrocyanic acid
  2. Foxglove: Eating can lead to cardiovascular problems
  3. Eisenhut: probably the most poisonous plant in Europe: causes paralysis
  4. Beans: raw, they are inedible and lead to indigestion
  5. Deadly Cherry: Both the fruits and the leaves contain alkaloids
  6. Ivy: if berries are found on ivy, consumption can cause poisoning
  7. Yew: The pulp is not poisonous, but the seeds are, as are the leaves

If you are a little careful and do the right education, you won't have any problems with these plants.



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