Harmful Plants

 

These plants could be harmful to your bird. Parts of them (the bulb, leaves, stems, bark, roots, etc.) are poisonous. Please keep them out of the vicinity of your bird.

 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
A

Aloe vera

Amaryllis

Apple (seeds)

Apricot (pit)

Asparagus fern

Autumn crocus

Autumn crocus

Avocado (fruit and pit) Azalea

 

B

Baby doll ti

Baby’s breath

Balsam pear

Baneberry

Bird of paradise

Bittersweet

Black locust

Blue-green algaie (some forms toxic)

Boxwood

Branching ivy

Buckeye

Buckthorn

Buddhist pine

Buttercup

 

C

Caladium

Calla lily

Castor bean (castor oil)

Cedriman

Chalice vine

Cherry tree (leaves and seeds)

China doll

Chinese evergreen

Christmas cactus

Christmas candle

Christmas rose

Coral plant

Chrysanthemum

Cineraria

Clematis

Corn plant (all dracaena species)

Crown vetch

Cyclamen

 

D

Daffodil

Daisy

Daphne

Datura

Daylily

Deadly amanita

Death camas

Delphinium

Deiffenbachia (dumbcane)

Devil’s ivy

Dracaena palm

Dragon tree

 

E

Elephant’s ear (taro)

English Ivy

 

F

False henbane

Fiddle-leaf fig

Fiddle-leaf fig

Flamango plant

Foxglove

Fruit salad plant

 

G

Geranium

German Ivy

Glacier Ivy

Gladiola

Glory lily

Golden chain

 

H

Hawaiian ti

Heavenly bamboo

Hemlock, poison Hemlock, water

Henbane

Hibiscus

Holly

Horse chestnut

Hurricane plant

Hyacinth

Hydrangea

 

I

Impatiens

Indian laurel,

Indian rubber plant

Indian turnip (Jack-in-the-pulpit)

Iris

L

Lantana

Larkspur

Laurel

Lillium species (includes Easter lily, Japanese show lily, Oriental lily, tiger lily, lily of the valley, etc.)

Lobelia

Locoweed

Lords and ladies (cuckoopint)

 

M

Marble queen

Marijuana

Mayapple

Mescal bean

Mexican breadfruit

Miniature croton

Mistletoe

Mock orange

Monkshoodv

Morning glory

Mother-in-law’s tongue

 

N

Narcissus

Needlepoint ivy

Nephthytis

Nightshades (all types)

Norfolk pine

 

O

Oak

Oleander

Onion

 

P

Peace lily

Peach (leaves and pit)

Pencil cactus

Philodendron

Plum (leaves and pit)

Plumosa fern

Poinsettia

Poison Ivy

Pothos (all varieties)

Pikeweed

Precatory bean

Primula Privet

 

R

Rhodondendron

Rhubarb

Ribbon plant

Rosary peas

 

S

Sago palm

Schefflera

Skunk cabbage

Snowdrop

Snow on the mountain (ghost weed)

String of pearls

 

T

Taro vine

Tomato plant (green fruit, stem and leaves)

Tobacco

Tulip

 

V

Virginia creeper

 

W

Weeping fig

Wisteria

 

Y

Yam bean

Yesterday, today, tomorrow plant

Yew (American, English, Japanese)

Yucca

 

J

Java bean (lima bean)

Jerusalem cherry

Jimsonweed

Juniper (J.virginia)

 

K

Kalanchoe

Note: As we find out more for sure we will let you know ASAP. We do sell a book here at Bird Is The Word that does have SAFE plants to have around your house while owning a bird.

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