San Marcos Growers makes every attempt to list plants that we have discovered to have any toxic compounds that may affect humans, pets or livestock. Our pages and references to poisonous plants are for informational purposes only, not as a guide for diagnostics
or home treatment. It is noted here that our database is NOT a complete database of all plants that are poisonous and it is very important to remember that just because a plant is absent from a poisonous plant list, it does not necessarily
mean that the plant is not in some way poisonous! Contact a poison control center or a veterinarian in any case of suspected poisoning!
San Marcos Growers has no physicians or staff to answer questions about specific plants or poisons and suggest anyone with questions to contact their local state or regional poison control center located on
the Poison Control and Prevention Center Directory or by calling 1(800)222-1222. If someone has ingested or is experiencing a reaction to
a plant or other substance and is need of medical attention you should call 911 before searching for a poison control center.