7 Beautiful but Extremely Poisonous Flowers

by Jeff Bushman
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7 Beautiful but Extremely Poisonous Flowers

Flowers and bouquets are perfect gifts for weddings or to express gratitude, love, and convey your thoughts and feelings when words cannot. However, looks can be deceptive and some beautiful blooms come with a darker side than most people think.

In this article, we are going to cover some of the most beautiful but poisonous flowers out there. Make sure to read the entire article to make sure that you don’t pick the wrong gift for your loved ones.

1. Lily of the Valley

Lily of the Valley

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This type of flower is one of the perfect blooms for wedding arrangements and bridal bouquets. However, they have been found to be quite poisonous if eaten in large quantities. We cannot imagine someone would eat flowers, let alone in large quantities, but doing so can leave you with stomach aches, nausea, diarrhea, and even vomiting.

2. Daphne

Daphne flower

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Daphne’s are most popular due to their wonderful scented flowers. But we mentioned how looks can be deceptive and the Daphne certainly is. This shrub has the power to kill even the strongest of animals, let alone people. The berries from this shrub can put a man into a coma and even cause sudden death. Every part of this shrub is poisonous and eating the rest of it can cause painful headaches and convulsions. Of course, florists are not allowed to sell poisonous flowers, but they have just as beautiful flowers which are perfect for your home. Click here for more details.

3. Opium

Opium

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Many of you are quite familiar with the beautiful opium flower. The opium flower is most famously associated in Britain since ancient times as a form of medication to treat wounds. It is a very pretty flower but extremely dangerous if consumed.

4. Aconitum

Aconitum

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Aconitum is also known as Wolfsbane and monkshood, and it is a member of the buttercup family due to its vibrant blue colors. This flower is very famously used throughout history as a deadly addition to the tips and edges of arrows. This was done because the flower is extremely poisonous and it can put down even the largest of buffalos.

5. Nerium Oleander

Nerium Oleander

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Nerium Oleander is a type of flower that is considered by many floral experts as one of the most exotic blooms out there. However, there is a darker side to this flower despite being an everyday sight in the Mediterranean. The Nerium Oleander is very poisonous and can cause diarrhea, convulsion, and vomiting if eaten.

6. Conium

Conium

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We’ve come to possibly one of the most dangerous flowers out there. The conium flower contains the extremely poisonous alkaloid coniine. This flower might look magnificent with its rustic white flowers, but it is the most dangerous flower on our list. If eaten in large quantities, conium can deprive the brain and heart of oxygen. Having the power to fully paralyze the respiratory system is the reason why you do not want to be eating this exotic flower.

7. A Trope Bella Dona

A Trope Bella Dona

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Similar to the conium, a trope Bella Dona is an exotic flower that produces quite poisonous berries. If eaten, the berries of this flower have the power to disrupt our breathing and heart rate.

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