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Don’t eat, don’t touch: A guide to some of NC’s most poisonous plants

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The N.C. State Cooperative Extension Service has 607 entries in its online Poisonous Plants database . The offenders fill nearly every category of plants, from trees and shrubs to wildflowers and vines. Some are native, and some have escaped into the environment from cultivated specimens.

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