Are cherry trees poisonous to horses?

Answer Dried or wilted leaves, seeds and bark of cherry trees contain cyanide. Ingestion of the sweet tasting leaves causes an interaction known as hypoxia that results in an oxygen deficiency to a horse'... Read More »

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Are oak trees poisonous to horses?

While not as poisonous to horses as many plants and trees, oak leaves and acorns can still prove toxic if consumed in large quantities because of the tannic acid they contain. The greatest threat o... Read More »

Poisonous Wild Cherry Trees in North America?

Poisonous wild cherry trees, or Prunus serotina, are found throughout North America. Poisonous wild cherry trees, commonly called black cherry or wild cherry trees, derived their name from the poi... Read More »

Cross Pollination of Wild Cherry Trees & Bing Cherry Trees?

Wild---or sweet---cherry (Prunus avium) and tart cherry ( Prunus cesarus) trees are the world's main cherry species. While they cannot pollinate each other, tree varieties within each species cross... Read More »

Are hydrangeas poisonous to horses?

Hydrangea plants are not poisonous to horses. But there are so many plants, shrubs and trees that are toxic to horses that any you have a question about should be researched or checked out with by ... Read More »