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Dangerous Plants

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What are some of the dangerous plants of the world?

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Personally I don't like nettle, it itches a lot:)

Maybe other people can help us with this question.

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Here in garden you can find this plant everywhere just tuch it can burn your skin a make a big bubbel on your skin when i was using a brushcutter sometime other littel plant can burn your skin too or is tis plant in small form going to the buschcutter 

https://nl.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reuzenberenklauw

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heracleum_mantegazzianum

https://fr.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heracleum_mantegazzianum

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Here is not a dangerous plant its wild garlic in french we call it garlic of the bear  i know som forest where is now full of that it is very goed to eating but the flowering dont stay long alive i think maximum 1 month  here  a picture from my garden 

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Hi

 

Thanks for sharing views and opinion on this. Seriously g22 has something really dangerous. 

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Deadly plants in the Botanical Gardens Display at Kew and a few more - Deadly nightshade, Datura, Agrimony, Foxglove, Oleander, Heliotrope, Antimony, Deathcap  Mushrooms and many other fungi species. 

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