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- Brugmansia candida - Australian Weeds and Livestock
- Brugmansia candida. Common name: Angel's trumpet, Datura,. Palatability to Livestock: Occasionally eaten.
- Plants toxic to rabbits - Medirabbit
- All parts are toxic. Brugmansia suaveolens. Angular Solomon's seal.
- Safe and Poisonous Garden Plants - UC Agriculture and Natural
- Poison Control Centers about plant and mushroom .... If you have small children or curious pets, consider removing toxic plants from your ..... Brugmansia spp.
- Brugmansia Suaveolens
- Oct 22, 2007 Brugmansia Suaveolens. Brugmansia Suaveolens ... trumpet are poisonous to humans and are sometimes used as a hallucinogen with deadly.
- identification of aphrodisiac, anti oxidant activity in angel
- Brugmansia is a genus of seven species of flowering plants in the family Solanaceae. ... ancestors, as a poison in sorcery and black magic, and for prophecy.
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- Gardening: Dangers lurking in Eden
- A complete list would run to hundreds of plants and include tropical favorites such as angels' trumpets (brugmansia), dieffenbachia or dumb cane, most varieties of lily, solanum and veratrum. Even the peel of mangoes and the leaves of tomatoes are toxic.
- Little shop of horrors: the Australian plants that can kill you
- Plants around the world produce a staggering diversity of chemicals and many of these are potentially toxic to animals including humans, sometimes even upon contact.
- How to bring the tropics home
- Angel's trumpets: Sometimes called brugmansia or datura, these South American plants with their hanging, bell-shaped blooms boast fabulous colours.
- Great Gardening by Sally Cunningham: Amaryllis magic
- All parts of both plants are highly toxic. Avoid them if you have chewing pets or children who experiment. To over-winter a Brugmansia, move it inside when nighttime temperatures lower into the 50s.
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