d c All parts, especially seeds Angel's Wings Elephant's Ear, Heart of Jesus Caladium x hortulanum d c Leaves, Stems & Roots Angelica Tree Hercules' Club, Devil's Walking Stick, Prickly Ash, Prickly Elder Aralia spinosa d c All Parts Wisteria vines are a group of flowering vines that are as dangerous as they are beautiful. These warnings are for my less poisonous vine. Angel Trumpets are Definitely poisonous, I had them for awhile but finally got rid of them. Bittersweet Celastrus angulatus Toxic if eaten, causing nausea and vomiting. By contrast, bird of paradise and angel's trumpet are grown for their sensational blossoms. While they are known for their flowing waterfall of hanging blooms, they are also known to be poisonous if just a few seed pods are eaten. Eating a few leaves or bulbs can also make your pup throw up, and cause low blood pressure, disorientation, seizures or a coma. All parts of the angel’s trumpet plant are toxic, but the most dangerous parts are the leaves and seeds. May also cause dermatitis. List of Dog Toxic Plants. Click on the link on the top of each column to see more details on the toxic parts of the plant, why it is poisonous to dogs and related symptoms. “Even a small exposure to any part of the plant can cause heart problems for dogs—changes in heart rate and rhythm,” Dr. Stern warns. (seeds) Strelitzia reginae Gastrointestinal tract affected by the plant toxins. Some of the plant specimens poisonous to dogs that follow are also known for having large leaves, such as castor beans and the aptly-named "elephant ears." Angel's Trumpet Chalice Vine, Datura, Trumpet Vine Brugmansia spp. With children and dogs, I would suggest you plant them somewhere where neither of them will come in contact with them and those huge seed pods are tempting except they are thorny but your dogs may think its a ball and the pods do burst open once they turn brown and have at least 100 seeds per pod… Every part of a moon vine is poisonous to dogs, including the seeds, blooms, leaves and stems. Vigorous, sprawling trumpet vine (Campsis radicans) spreads through underground runners and self-seeds freely. But one thing the flowering plant’s beauty masks is how poisonous it is to dogs. While in humans, ingesting parts of a moon vine can cause hallucinations, in dogs it causes a rapid heart rate, dilated pupils, dry mouth, sensitivity to light, restlessness and anxiety, constipation and … Plants Toxic to Dogs. It does NOT contain every possible variety. Box (leaves) Bleeding heart (foliage, roots) Dicentra formosa Poisonous in large amounts, contains convulsants. The particular species of the morning glory referred to as Ipomoea violacea and Ipomoea carnea are quite Bluebell Hyacinthoides Harmful if eaten in quantity. If you are unsure as to whether or not a plant or seed is safe for your dog, call the Pet Poison Helpline at (855) 764-7661 or the ASPCA Animal Poison … Toxic and Non-Toxic Plant List - Dogs. It’s notorious for its hallucinogenic powers, but can also cause migraines, constipation, muscle paralysis, eye problems, tremors and death. Planting Trumpet Vine Seeds. This is a list of the most common types of dog poisonous plants. The pods from my vine are long, narrow and smooth from 5″ to 10″ and look like a grean bean pod or pea pod.