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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Keywords

Poisonous plants, Gardens, Western Australia

First Page Number

455

Last Page Number

456

Abstract

THE number of poisonous shrubs and trees that are grown in gardens is very great, and several of these species have been discussed in detail.

It is probable that few people realise just how many of the commonest garden plants are in some way or under some circumstances, likely to contain a toxic principle.

Furthermore, this is not confined to the longer lived plants, but it applies equally to the annual plants, both summer growing and winter growing.

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