Toxic Wild Plants To Beware NOT To Eat – Wild Food Foraging

These Toxic Wild Plants To Beware NOT To Eat, that will deter herbivores (humans and animals) from consuming them. Children and animals might get sick or worse from eating their leaves, flowers or berries.

Toxic Wild Plants To Beware NOT To Eat - Wild Food Foraging

One of the great parts of the great outdoors is that there are thousands of species of plants that are edible and as nutritious as the cultivated variety of plants that are part of our food supply. However, right alongside those edible plants are species of plants that are highly toxic and can cause a variety of health issues if consumed.

The article was designed to introduce the reader to 11 commonly mistake toxic plants.

~ Holly

~ Buckeye

~ Dogwood

~ Wisteria

~ Poison Ivy

~ Nightshade

~ Pokeberries

~ Wild Cherry

~ Horse Nettle

~ Rhododendron

~ Virginia Creeper

The author was hoping to share their knowledge of foraging in order to educate the reader about wild plants.

It is really important to be able to distinguish between edible plants and toxic ones that look like they should be edible.

List of plants containing poisonous parts that pose a serious risk of illness, injury, or death to humans or animals.

All of the information is very well described and presented in a way that makes it really easy to read and to understand.

Click here to read about Toxic Wild Plants To Beware NOT To Eat:

https://www.outdoorlife.com/photos/gallery/2014/09/11-toxic-wild-plants-look-food/?image=0

 

As an added bonus, You may want to take a peek at the article “List of Poisonous Plants”:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_poisonous_plants

 

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