Information About Ligularia

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Leopard Plant Care – Tips On Growing A Leopard Plant

By Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer

Leopard plant is a bold plant that stands out in semi-shady garden spots. Although appreciated for the small, daisy-like blooms, the spectacular, dinner-plate sized foliage is the real attention getter. Growing leopard plants in the garden is easy. Click here to learn how.

Can Ligularia Be Divided – Learn How To Split Ligularia Plants

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer

Growing 3-6 feet (1-2 m.) tall and 3 feet (1 m.) wide, the large, purple-tinged foliage topped with bright yellow flowers of ligularia have a dramatic effect in a part-shade or shade garden. One is simply not enough. If you've wondered can ligularia be divided, click here.


Is Hellebore Toxic?

Hellebore plants contain a toxin called protoanemonin. The plants are seriously poisonous only if large quantities are eaten. Consumption at this level is rare, as the plant is quite bitter to the taste and the major reason why these plants aren't touched by deer.

Symptoms of Poisoning

Ingesting the plant can cause burning of the mouth and throat, excessive salivation, vomiting, abdominal cramping, diarrhea, nervous symptoms, and depression. Contact with the sap can cause skin irritation, so wear gloves when handling it.


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