Are Daylily Flowers Poisonous?

Answer No parts of daylily flowers are poisonous to humans, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. However, the daylily flower is poisonous to other animals, including cats and cows, an... Read More »

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Is the daylily poisonous?

Daylilies are not toxic to humans. In fact, if they have not been sprayed with pesticides, the leaves, flowers and buds are edible. They can be boiled, pickled, stir-fried, simmered, battered, deep... Read More »

Is a daylily poisonous?

Daylilies are not poisonous to humans, and in fact, the young shoots and blooms are eaten by some people. However, when it comes to pets, owners should be more cautious. While daylilies are nontoxi... Read More »

Are daffodil flowers poisonous?

Daffodil plants are poisonous because they contain toxic alkaloids. When consumed, daffodil flowers may cause abdominal pain, nausea, dizziness, stomach upsets and in some cases convulsions if eate... Read More »

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