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Poisonous Flowers
If you have small children and pets at home, poisonous flowers should not be planted in the garden or as houseplants. In this article, you will find the names of some flowers that are poisonous and must never be ingested.
Gardenerdy Staff
Last Updated: Feb 17, 2018
Did You Know?
In 1785, the English botanist William Withering published 'An Account of the Foxglove and some of its Medical Uses' which revealed how the digitalin extracted from the plant's leaves, helped subside swelling caused by dropsy or congestive heart failure.
Plants form an indispensable part of our diet. However, there are several varieties that contain toxic chemicals, which after ingestion may prove poisonous for to both humans and animals. Take the example of 'Oleander shrubs' which are often grown as an ornamental plants. Its blooms are enlisted as one of the most poisonous flowers in the world. Hence, it is very important for all of us to identify such toxic plants and flowers before we introduce them into our gardens or gift them to loved ones. This Gardenerdy article lists and discusses some common poisonous flowers that should be kept away from pets and humans.
List of the Most Poisonous Flowers in the World
While laying out a flower garden, you should take note of the poisonous flowers beforehand. This step is even more important if you are a pet owner. With pets, the risk is high even if you train them to not venture near your plants. Listed below are some of the most harmful flowers that may be found in gardens and native flora near you.
Note: Only the most active toxins, popular common names, and known adverse affects have been mentioned for each flower.
Angel's Trumpet
Angels trumpet
Scientific Name
Brugmansia

Other Common Names
Charles Grimaldi, Dr. Seuss, and Frosty Pink

Toxins Present
Scopolamine, hyoscyamine, and atropine.

Adverse Effects
Paralysis, diarrhea, or fatality
Anthurium
Anthurium
Scientific Name
Anthurium spp.

Other Common Names
Flamingo Flower, Tailflower and Boy Flower

Toxins Present
Raphides

Adverse Effects
Edema, dysphagia, and swelling in the tongue and throat.
Atropa Belladonna
Atropa belladonna
Scientific Name
Atropa belladonna

Other Common Names
Belladonna and Deadly Nightshade

Toxins Present
Atropine, hyoscyamine, and scopolamine.

Adverse Effects
Dry mouth, dilated pupils, hallucinations, unconsciousness, paralysis or fatality.
Azalea
Azalea
Scientific Name
Rhododendron

Other Common Names
Rosebay and Rhododendron

Toxins Present
Grayanotoxin and arbutin glycoside.

Adverse Effects
Diarrhea, bradycardia or slow heart rate, dizziness, vomiting, and fatality may occur in 1-2 days.
Bottlebrush
Australian grevillea
Scientific Name
Grevillea

Other Common Names
Spider Flower and Toothbrush Plant

Toxins Present
Hydrogen cyanide

Adverse Effects
Contact dermatitis, hay fever, and other allergies.
Black Henbane
Black henbane
Scientific Name
Hyoscyamus niger

Other Common Names
Henbane and Stinking Nightshade

Toxins Present
Hyoscyamine, atropine, and scopolamine.

Adverse Effects
Hallucinations, dilated pupils, and flushed skin.
Bloodroot
Bloodroot
Scientific Name
Sanguinaria canadensis

Other Common Names
Tetterwort, Red Puccoon Root, and Pauson

Toxins Present
Sanguinarine

Adverse Effects
Nausea, dizziness, dilated pupils, and fainting.
Butterfly Bush
Butterfly bush
Scientific Name
Buddleja davidii

Other Common Names
Butterfly Bush, Buddleia, Orange Eye, and Summer Lilac

Toxins Present
Cardiac glycosides

Adverse Effects
Bloating, weakness, stupor, spasms, breathlessness, and pupil dilation.
Bead Tree
Bead tree
Scientific Name
Melia azedarach

Other Common Names
China Ball Tree, Chinaberry Tree, Japanese Bead Tree, Texas Umbrella Tree, Pride-of-India, Indian lilac, Persian Lilac, Paradise Tree, and White Cedar

Toxins Present
Tetranortriterpenoids and neurotoxin.

Adverse Effects
Salivation, diarrhea, vomiting, weakness, seizures, and fatality.
Black Nightshade
Woody nightshade
Scientific Name
Solanum nigrum

Other Common Names
Popolo, Duscle, Wonder Berry, Petty Morel, Hound's Berry, Small-fruited Black Nightshade, and Garden Nightshade

Toxins Present
Solanine, solamargine, and solasonine.

Adverse Effects
Fever, drowsiness, sweating, confusion, stomachache, vomiting, diarrhea, cardiac arrhythmias, and respiratory failure.
Butterfly Weed
Butterfly weed
Scientific Name
Asclepias tuberosa

Other Common Names
Orange Milkweed, Canada Root, Indian Posy, Indian Paintbrush, and Fluxroot

Toxins Present
Resinoid and cardiac glycoside.

Adverse Effects
Stupor, vomiting, weakness, and muscle spasm.
Calla Lily
Calla lily
Scientific Name
Zantedeschia aethiopica

Other Common Names
Easter Lily and Arum Lily

Toxins Present
Oxalic acid and Asparagine.

Adverse Effects
Redness of the eyes and mouth, burning in mouth and throat, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Castor Bean
Castor bean
Scientific Name
Ricinus communis

Other Common Names
Castor Oil Plant

Toxins Present
Ricin

Adverse Effects
Tachycardia, hypotension, nausea, diarrhea, and seizures.
Christmas Rose
Christmas rose
Scientific Name
Helleborus niger

Other Common Names
Hellebores and Lenten Rose

Toxins Present
Protoanemonin, glycosides, and bufadienolides.

Adverse Effects
Ulcers, vomiting blood, slow heart rate, breathlessness, cardiac arrest, or fatality.
Clematis
Clematis
Scientific Name
Clematis spp.

Other Common Names
Traveller's joy, Old Man's Beard, Leather Flower, Vase Vine, and Virgin's Bower

Toxins Present
Protoanemonin

Adverse Effects
Skin allergies, burning sensation in mouth, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Common Milkweed
Pink Wild Flowers
Scientific Name
Asclepias syriaca

Other Common Names
Butterfly Flower, Silky Swallow-wort, Silkweed, and Virginia Silkweed

Toxins Present
Cardiac Glycosides

Adverse Effects
Dermatitis
Corn Lily
Corn lily
Scientific Name
Veratrum californicum

Other Common Names
California False Hellebore, White False Hellebore, and California Corn Lily

Toxins Present
Cyclopamine and Veratrine.

Adverse Effects
Hypotension, slowed heart rate, spasms, vomiting, paralysis, and convulsions.
Dumb Cane
Dumbcane
Scientific Name
Dieffenbachia

Other Common Names
Mother-in-law Plant

Toxins Present
Raphides

Adverse Effects
Burning and swelling in mouth and throat, erythema, and salivation.
Euphorbia
Euphorbia
Scientific Name
Euphorbia

Other Common Names
Spurges, Akoko, and Tabaibas

Toxins Present
Terpene Esters and Caustic Lattices.

Adverse Effects
Inflammation of the skin, eyes, and mucous membrane.
False Indigo
false indigo
Scientific Name
Baptisia australis

Other Common Names
Blue Wild Indigo, Blue False Indigo, Indigo, Horsefly Weed, or Rattlebush

Toxins Present
Baptisin and Cytisine.

Adverse Effects
Vomiting and diarrhea.
Foxglove
Foxgloves
Scientific Name
Digitalis

Other Common Names
Lady's Glove

Toxins Present
Digitoxin and Digoxin.

Adverse Effects
Lowered pulse rate, vomiting, spasms, breathlessness, contact dermatitis, cardiac arrest or fatality.
Frangipani
Frangipani
Scientific Name
Plumeria

Other Common Names
Temple Tree

Toxins Present
Terpene Esters and Caustic Lattices.

Adverse Effects
Contact dermatitis, burning in eyes and mouth, nausea, and vomiting.
Four O'Clock
Four o clock
Scientific Name
Mirabilis jalapa

Other Common Names
Marvel of Peru

Toxins Present
Trigonelline

Adverse Effects
Skin irritation, stomachache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and hallucinations.
False Acacia
False acacia
Scientific Name
Robinia pseudoacacia

Other Common Names
Black locust

Toxins Present
Toxalbumin robin (Although the flowers are poisonous, they can be eaten after being dipped in batter and fried in oil.)

Adverse Effects
Dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, convulsions, and diarrhea.
Gloriosa Lily
Gloriosa
Scientific Name
Gloriosa superba

Other Common Names
Glory Lily, Flame Lily, and Fire Lily

Toxins Present
Colchicine

Adverse Effects
Burning and tingling in mouth, nausea, vomiting, hypotension, seizures, or fatality.
Golden Chain
Golden chain
Scientific Name
Laburnum

Other Common Names
Alpine laburnum and Common Laburnum

Toxins Present
Cytisine

Adverse Effects
Hypertension, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, convulsions, coma, or fatality.
Heavenly Bamboo
Heavenly bamboo
Scientific Name
Nandina domestica

Other Common Names
Nandina and Sacred Bamboo

Toxins Present
Hydrocyanic acid and Nantenine.

Adverse Effects
Weakness, breathlessness, incoordination, seizures, coma, or fatality.
Horse Chestnut
Horse chestnut
Scientific Name
Aesculus hippocastanum

Other Common Names
Conker Tree

Toxins Present
Esculin, Saponin and Glycoside.

Adverse Effects
Nausea, contact dermatitis, itching, and stomach ulcers.
Hyacinth
Hyacinth
Scientific Name
Hyacinthus

Other Common Names
Garden Hyacinth, Common Hyacinth, and Dutch Hyacinth

Toxins Present
Oxalic acid

Adverse Effects
Contact dermatitis and gastrointestinal irritation such as colic, diarrhea, and vomiting.
Hyacinth Bean
Hyacinth bean
Scientific Name
Lablab purpureus

Other Common Names
Dolichos Bean, Egyptian Kidney Bean, Seim Bean, Indian Bean, Australian Pea, and Lablab Bean

Toxins Present
Cyanogenic glycosides

Adverse Effects
Both flowers and beans are edible but mildly toxic, and must be steamed or cooked before consumption.
Hydrangea
Pink Hydrangea
Scientific Name
Hydrangea spp.

Other Common Names
Hortensia

Toxins Present
Cyanogenic glycoside

Adverse Effects
Nausea, vomiting, weakness, breathlessness, and diarrhea.
Iris
Iris
Scientific Name
Iris spp.

Other Common Names
Flags and Junos

Toxins Present
Iridin

Adverse Effects
Burning sensation in mouth. The flowers are mildly toxic as compared to their highly poisonous root bulbs.
Ivy
Ivy
Scientific Name
Hedera spp.

Other Common Names
Sweetheart Ivy, Branching Ivy, California Ivy, and Needlepoint Ivy

Toxins Present
Hederagenin

Adverse Effects
Vomiting, headache, stomachache, diarrhea and excess salivation.
Laceflower
Laceflower
Scientific Name
Ammi majus

Other Common Names
Bishop's Weed/Flower, Bullwort, Lady's Lace, Greater Ammi, and False Queen Anne's Lace

Toxins Present
Nitrates and Furanocoumarins.

Adverse Effects
Nausea, headache, vertigo, allergies, lack of appetite, constipation, and sleeplessness.
Lantana
Lantana
Scientific Name
Lantana spp.

Other Common Names
Shrub verbenas

Toxins Present
Lantadene A and B

Adverse Effects
Toxic for the liver, photosensitivity, drowsiness, and vomiting. This plant can kills pets and grazing animals.
Larkspur
Larkspur
Scientific Name
Delphinium spp.

Other Common Names
Lark's Claw, Knight's Spur, and Lark's Heel

Toxins Present
Alkaloid delphinine

Adverse Effects
Contact dermatitis, burning of mouth, vomiting, spasms, depression, breathlessness, and convulsion. Fatal for pets and grazing animals.
Leopard's Bane
Leopards bane
Scientific Name
Arnica montana

Other Common Names
Wolf's Bane, Mountain Arnica, and Mountain Tobacco

Toxins Present
Helenalin

Adverse Effects
Vomiting, drowsiness, shortness of breath, and heart palpitation.
Lilium
Lilium
Scientific Name
Lilium spp.

Other Common Names
Lily

Toxins Present
Calcium oxalate

Adverse Effects
Burning sensation in mouth and throat. Fatal for cats.
Lily of the Valley
Lily of the valley
Scientific Name
Convallaria majalis

Other Common Names
May Lily, Muguet, and May Bells

Toxins Present
Azetidine-2-carboxylic acid, saponins, and 38 cardiac glycosides.

Adverse Effects
Stomachache, nausea, vomiting, and lowered heart rate.
Lords and Ladies
Lords and ladies
Scientific Name
Arum maculatum

Other Common Names
Adder's root, Wild Arum, Arum Lily, Snakeshead, and Devils and Angels

Toxins Present
The berries are in fact the plant's female flowers. These berries contain toxic saponin oxalates.

Adverse Effects
Skin, mouth, tongue, and throat irritation, swelling of throat, burning pain, breathlessness, and stomach upset.
Lobelia
Lobelia
Scientific Name
Lobelia spp.

Other Common Names
Cardinal Flower, Indian Tobacco, and Indian Pink

Toxins Present
Lobeline and lobelamine.

Adverse Effects
Poisonous for pets and toxic for humans. Symptoms include, salivation, weakness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dilated pupils, euphoria, or convulsions.
Marsh Marigold
Marsh marigold
Scientific Name
Caltha palustris

Other Common Names
Mollyblobs, Mayflower, May blobs, and Kingcup

Toxins Present
Protoanemonin and glycoside

Adverse Effects
Salivation, irritation in the mouth, throat, diarrhea, and hemoglobinuria.
Meadow Saffron
Saffron Flowers On The Field
Scientific Name
Colchicum autumnale

Other Common Names
Meadow saffron, Autumn Crocus, and Naked Lady

Toxins Present
Colchicine

Adverse Effects
Burning sensation in mouth, throat, and stomach, bloating and gas.
Monkshood
Monkshood
Scientific Name
Aconitum napellus

Other Common Names
The Queen of Poisons, Wolf's Bane, Devil's Helmet, Aconite, Women's Bane, and Blue Rocket

Toxins Present
Aconitine and diterpene alkaloids.

Adverse Effects
Excessive salivation, breathlessness, nausea, vomiting, burning sensation in mouth and stomach, diarrhea, tingling and numbness in mouth and face, seizures, coma, or fatality.
Moonflower
Moonflower
Scientific Name
Datura spp.

Other Common Names
Datura, Downy Thornapple, and Jimson weed

Toxins Present
Atropine, hyoscyamine, and scopolamine.

Adverse Effects
Delirium, hyperthermia, dilated pupils, amnesia, seizures, coma, or fatality.
Morning Glory
Morning glory
Scientific Name
Ipomoea spp.

Other Common Names
Sweet Potato, Moonflower, and Bindweed

Toxins Present
Indole alkaloids such as chanoclavine, elymoclavine, lysergic acid, and lysergamide.

Adverse Effects
Disorientation, agitation, gastrointestinal upset, tremors, ataxia, hallucination, or delirium.
Mandrake
Mandrake
Scientific Name
Mandragora spp.

Other Common Names
Satan's Apple

Toxins Present
Atropine, apoatropine, hyoscyamine, and scopolamine.

Adverse Effects
Anticholinergic, narcotic, purgative, hypnotic, emetic, and hallucinogen.
Mountain Laurel
Mountain laurel
Scientific Name
Kalmia latifolia

Other Common Names
Calico-bush and Spoonwood

Toxins Present
Grayanotoxin and arbutin

Adverse Effects
Neurotoxic symptoms, gastrointestinal problems, difficulty breathing, excessive salivation, repeated swallowing, weakness, eyes and nose watering, depression, vomiting, frequent defecation, anorexia, convulsions, loss of motor control, paralysis, coma, and fatality.
Narcissus
Narcissus
Scientific Name
Narcissus spp.

Other Common Names
Daffodil, Jonquil, and Paperwhite Daffodil

Toxins Present
Lycorine

Adverse Effects
Dermatitis, vomiting, diarrhea, low blood pressure, or cardiac arrhythmia.
Nicotiana
Nicotiana
Scientific Name
Nicotiana spp.

Other Common Names
Flowering Tobacco, Jasmine Tobacco, and Woodland Tobacco

Toxins Present
Nicotine

Adverse Effects
Nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and headache.
Oleander
Oleander
Scientific Name
Nerium Oleander

Other Common Names
Rose Bay, Rose Laurel, Adelfa, Laurel Rosa, and Karvira

Toxins Present
Cardiac glycosides: Oleandrin and oleandrigenin.

Adverse Effects
Excess salivation, vomiting, gastric upset, drowsiness, irregular heartbeat, seizures, coma, or death.
Pheasant's Eye
Pheasant eye
Scientific Name
Adonis vernalis

Other Common Names
False Hellebore, Yellow Pheasant's Eye, and Spring Pheasant's Eye

Toxins Present
Toxic cardiac glycosides

Adverse Effects
Vomiting, diarrhea, lower pulse, irregular heartbeat, and unconsciousness.
Periwinkle
Periwinkle
Scientific Name
Vinca spp.

Other Common Names
Running Myrtle

Toxins Present
Vinca Alkaloids

Adverse Effects
Low blood pressure, vomiting, diarrhea, depression, tremors. Can prove fatal for small pets.
Poison Hemlock
Poison hemlock
Scientific Name
Conium maculatum and C. chaerophylloides

Other Common Names
Hemlock, Beaver Poison, Herb Bennet, Devil's Bread, Devil's Porridge, Musquash Root, Spotted Hemlock, and Poison Parsley

Toxins Present
Coniine, conhydrine, gamma-coniceine, N-methylconiine, pseudoconhydrine.

Adverse Effects
Poisonous to animals and humans. Burning in the mouth, salivation, diarrhea, tremors, muscle spasms, blurry vision, coma, respiratory failure, coma, or death.
Pokeroot
Pokeroot
Scientific Name
Phytolacca spp.

Other Common Names
Inkberry, Pokeberry, Pokeweed, Pokebush, and Poke Sallet

Toxins Present
Tocix saponin

Adverse Effects
Dizziness, burning in mouth and throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, rapid heartbeat, and unconsciousness.
Poppy
Poppy
Scientific Name
Papaver nudicaule and other species

Other Common Names
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Toxins Present
Chelidonine, amurine, amurensine, amurensinine, flavinantine, and O-methylthalisopavine.

Adverse Effects
Nausea, vomiting, stomachache and bloating, muscle spasm, and twitching. May cause restlessness in humans as well as livestock.
Potato Flower
Potato flower
Scientific Name
Solanum tuberosum

Other Common Names
White Potato, Potato, Common Potato, Irish Potato, and European Potato

Toxins Present
Solanine

Adverse Effects
Headache, vomiting, dilated pupils, delirium, numbness, confusion, diarrhea, salivation, sleepiness, and weakness.
Ranunculus
Ranunculus
Scientific Name
Ranunculus spp.

Other Common Names
Butter Cress and Figwort

Toxins Present
Protoanemonin

Adverse Effects
Salivation, diarrhea, stomachache, and blisters in mouth, contact dermatitis.
Rhododendron
Rhododendron
Scientific Name
Rhododendron spp.

Other Common Names
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Toxins Present
Grayanotoxin and arbutin glucoside.

Adverse Effects
Salivation, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, weakness, breathing problems, and loss of balance.
Scotch Broom
Scotch broom
Scientific Name
Cytisus scoparius

Other Common Names
Common Broom, Scot's Broom, and English Broom

Toxins Present
Tyramine, spiraeoside, scoparoside, quinolizidine, and sparteine.

Adverse Effects
Rapid heart rate, vomiting, stomachache, and incoordination.
Sweet Pea
Sweet pea
Scientific Name
Lathyrus odoratus

Other Common Names
Everlasting Pea, Perennial Peavine, and Perennial Pea

Toxins Present
Beta-aminopropionitrile and lathyrogens.

Adverse Effects
Difficulty in breathing, convulsions, and paralysis.
Sky Flower
Flower Duranta In The Garden
Scientific Name
Duranta Erecta

Other Common Names
Golden Dewdrop, Pigeon Berry, and Duranta Repens

Toxins Present
Saponins

Adverse Effects
Vomiting, fever, gastric problems, drowsiness, or fatality.
White Snakeroot
snakeroot
Scientific Name
Ageratina altissima

Other Common Names
White Sanicle, Richweed, and Tall Boneset

Toxins Present
Tremetol

Adverse Effects
Listlessness, convulsions, coma, and fatality.
Star-of-Bethlehem
Star of bethlehem
Scientific Name
Ornithogalum spp.

Other Common Names
Chincherinchee

Toxins Present
Cardiac glycoside and ornithogalum.

Adverse Effects
Abnormal heart rhythm, dilated pupils, nausea, excess salivation, vomiting, stomachache, tremor, and seizure.
Tree Philodendron
Philodendron
Scientific Name
Philodendron bipinnatifidum

Other Common Names
Lacy Tree Philodendron and Selloum

Toxins Present
Calcium oxalate

Adverse Effects
Irritation and swelling in mouth and throat, diarrhea, and vomiting. May prove fatal for cats and rats.
Wisteria
Wisteria
Scientific Name
Wisteria spp.

Other Common Names
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Toxins Present
Toxic lectins

Adverse Effects
Headache, gastroenteritis, dizziness, confusion, and hematemesis.
Wood Anemone
Wood anemone
Scientific Name
Anemone nemorosa

Other Common Names
Thimbleweed, Smell Fox, and Windflower

Toxins Present
Protoanemonin

Adverse Effects
Gastrointestinal and skin irritation, burning and ulcers in mouth and throat, nausea, vomiting, hematemesis, and diarrhea.
Yellow Oleander
Yellow Oleander In The Garden
Scientific Name
Thevetia peruviana

Other Common Names
Lucky Nut

Toxins Present
Oleandrin, Oleondroside, Thevetin A, Thevetin B, neriifolin, peruvoside, ruvoside, thevetoxin, etc.

Adverse Effects
Excess salivation, vomiting, gastric upset, drowsiness, irregular heartbeat, seizures, coma, or death.
Cherry Laurel
Cherry laurel
Scientific Name
Prunus caroliniana and Prunus laurocerasus

Other Common Names
Laurel, Carolina Cherry Laurel, and English Laurel

Toxins Present
Cyanogenic glycosides and amygdalin.

Adverse Effects
Gasping, weakness, dilated pupils, spasms, convulsions, respiratory failure, or coma.
Greater Celandine
Celandine
Scientific Name
Chelidonium majus

Other Common Names
European Tetterwort, Yellow Spit, Wartwort, St John's Wort, and Jacob's Ladder

Toxins Present
The latex contains toxic chelidonine. Isoquinoline alkaloids are present in the roots.

Adverse Effects
Acute hepatitis, contact dermatitis, blisters, burning and ulcers in mouth and throat, vomiting, and nerve paralysis.
Privet
Privet
Scientific Name
Ligustrum vulgare

Other Common Names
Common Privet, Wild Privet, and European Privet

Toxins Present
Syringin and shikimic acid.

Adverse Effects
Asthma, eczema, weakness, headache, low blood pressure, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, diarrhea, and lowered body temperature.
Rain Lily
Rain lily
Scientific Name
Zephyranthes spp.

Other Common Names
Zephyr Lily, Fairy Lily, Magic Lily, Rainflower, and Atamasco Lily

Toxins Present
Calcium oxalate, haemanthamine and lycorine.

Adverse Effects
Irritation on skin, and swelling, burning, and pain in the mouth, tongue, and throat. Breathlessness, vomiting, upset stomach, convulsions, or fatality.
Schefflera
Schefflera
Scientific Name
Schefflera arboricola

Other Common Names
Dwarf Umbrella Tree

Toxins Present
Calcium oxalate (Toxic to dogs and cats as well)

Adverse Effects
Upset stomach and pain, breathlessness, salivation, and renal problems.
Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
Violet Brunfelsia Jasmine Flower
Scientific Name
Brunfelsia pauciflora

Other Common Names
Morning-noon-and-night, Brazil Raintree, Brunfelsia, Lady-of-the-night plant, and Kiss-Me-Quick

Toxins Present
Brunfelsamidine and hopeanine.

Adverse Effects
Excessive salivation, vomiting, diarrhea, tremor, delirium, hallucinations, and seizure. May prove fatal for pets.
If you have pets at home, you should avoid planting the aforementioned flowers in the vicinity of the house. The best way is to consult a horticulturist and seek advice regarding flowers that are harmful for dogs, cats, and other pets.
Lablab purpureus
Lilium Flower
Pink Rain Lily
Lantana Colorful Flower
Beard Tongue Penstemon Firebird Flowers
Lobelia
Swallowtail Butterfly on Milkweed
Frangipani Or Plumeria Flower
Lily Of The Valley
Peace Lily
Calla Lily Also Called Arum Lilies
Yellow Gladiolus
bee with flower
Blue Flowers
Pink Gladiolus
Amaryllis Belladonna White Queen Flowers
Close Up Of Frangipani Flowers