Nancy J. Turner Ph.D. & Patrick Von Aderkas Ph.D.
The number of poisonous plants found in homes and gardens is shocking. House plants like dumb-cane and castor bean, and outdoor plants like hollies, irises, and oleanders are toxic and found in many gardens.
This comprehensive, easy-to-use handbook on more than 300 toxic plants is split into four main categories: mushrooms, wild plants, ornamental & crop plants, and house plants. Each plant entry includes a clear photograph to aid identification, a description of the plant, notes on where they commonly occur, and a description of their toxic properties. Plants are listed by common name.
Hard Cover 376 p.