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A number of commonly grown garden plants and many weeds found in gardens are know to be poisonous. Many species found outside garden situations are also harmful to man. All of these are potentially dangerous, particularly to children who are more likely to chew them. This bulletin has been complied in response to frequent requests for information on poisonous plants, particularly in relation to human poisonings.
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Poisonous plants, Australia.
Aplin, T E. (1976), Poisonous garden plants and other plants harmful to man in Australia.. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Bulletin 3964.
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