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Don't Eat Tall Larkspur Flowers
Tall Larkspur (Delphinium exaltatum) * This delicate-looking wildflower with long, narrow clusters of white or lavender-blue flowers is harsh to those who eat it. * Several types of toxins present in the plant can cause numbness of throat, intense vomiting and diarrhea, muscular spasms, weak pulse, paralysis of the respiratory system, convulsions, and death. * Tall larkspur is native to the Mid-Atlantic, Maine, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Alabama, and Missouri.
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