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Author: Gretchen Kaufman, DVM

Plants Reported to be Toxic in Pet Birds

Amaryllis

Hemlock

Mountain laurel

Avocado (incl. fruit)

Horse-chestnut

Narcissus

Azalea

Hyacinth

Nightshade

Bird of paradise

Hydrangea

Oleander

Black locust

Iris

Philodendron

Boxwood

Jack-in-the-pulpit

Poinsettia

Buttercup

Jerusalem cherry

Pokeweed

Caladium

Jimsonwood

Potato shoots

Castor bean

Juniper

Privet

Cherry

Lantana

Rhododendron

Clematis

Larkspur

Rhubarb

Cowslip

Lily-of-the-valley

Rosary pea

Daphne

Lobelia

Skunk cabbage

Datura

Marijuana

Snowdrop

Diffenbachia

Mistletoe

Tobacco

Elephants ear

Mock orange

Virginia creeper

English ivy

Monkshood

Wisteria

Foxglove

Morning glory

Yew