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BUUZBEE 01-10-2007 07:29 PM

Toxic Plants
 
Arum Lily
Amaryllis
Aralia
Arrowhead Vine
Autumn Crocus
Australian
Flametree
Australian
Umbrella Tree
Avocado
Azalea
Baneberry
Beans: (castor,
Horse, Fava,
Broad, Glory,
Scarlet Runner,
Mescal, Navy,
Pregatory
Bird Of Paradise
Bishop's Weed
Black Laurel
Black Locust
Bleeding Heart Or
Dutchman's
Breeches
Bloodroot
Bluebonnet
Bluegreen Algae
Boxwood
Bracken Fern
Buckthorn
Bulb Flowers:
(amaryllis,
Daffodil,
Narcissus,
Hyacinth &
Iris)
Burdock
Buttercup
Cacao
Camel Bush
Castor Bean
Caladium
Cana Lily
Cardinal Flower
Chalice (trumpet
Vine)
Cherry Tree
China Berry Tree
Christmas Candle
Clematis (virginia
Bower)
Clivia
Cocklebur
Coffee (senna)
Coffee Bean
(rattlebush,
Rattle Box &
Coffeeweed
Coral Plant
Coriander
Corncockle
Coyotillo
Cowslip
Cutleaf Philodendron
Daffodil
Daphne
Datura Stramonium
(angel's Trumpet)
Death Camus
Delphinium
Devil's Ivy
Dieffenbachia
(dumb Cane)
Elderberry
Elephant Ear (taro)
English Ivy
Ergot
Eucalyptus (dried,
Dyed Or Treated
In Floral
Arrangements)
Euonymus (spindle
Tree)
Euphorbia Cactus
False Hellebore
Flame Tree
Felt Plant
(maternity, Air &
Panda Plants)
Fig (weeping)
Fire Thorn
Flamingo Flower
Four O'clock
Foxglove
Glottidium
Golden Chain
Grass: (johnson,
Sorghum, Sudan &
Broom Corn)
Ground Cherry
Heaths: (kalmia,
Leucotho, Peires,
Rhododendron, Mtn.
Laurel, Black Laurel,
Andromeda & Azalea)
Heliotrope
Hemlock: (poison &
Water)
Henbane
Holly
Honeysuckle
Horse Chestnut
Horse Tail
Hoya
Hyacinth
Hydrangea
Iris
Ivy: (english & Others)
Jack-in-the-pulpit
Jasmine (jessamine)
Jerusalem Cherry
Jimsonweed
Juniper
Ky. Coffee Tree
Lantana (red Sage)
Larkspur
Lily Of The Valley
Lily, Arum
Lobelia
Locoweed (milk
Vetch)
Locusts, Black/
Honey
Lords & Ladies
(cuckoopint)
Lupine
Malanga
Marijuana (hemp)
Mayapple
(mandrake)
Mexican Breadfruit
Mexican Poppy
Milkweed, Cotton
Bush
Mistletoe
Mock Orange
Monkshood
Moonseed
Morning Glory
Mtn. Laurel
Mushrooms,
Amanita
Myrtle
Narcissus
Nettles
Nightshades:
(deadly, Black,
Garden, Woody,
Bittersweet,
Eggplant,
Jerusalem Cherry)
Oak
Oleander
Oxalis
Parsley
Peace Lily
Periwinkle
Philodendrons:
(split Leaf, Swiss
Cheese, Heart-leaf)
Pigweed
Poinciana
Poinsettia
Poison Ivy
Poison Hemlock
Poison Oak:
(western & Eastern)
Pokeweed
Potato Shoots
Pothos
Privet
Pyracantha
Rain Tree
Ranunculus,
Buttercup
Rape
Rattlebox,
Crotalaria
Red Maple
Red Sage (lantana)
Rhubarb Leaves
Rhododendrons
Rosary Pea Seeds
Sand Box Tree
Skunk Cabbage
Sorrel (dock)
Snow Drop
Spurges: (pencil
Tree, Snow-on-mtn,
Candelabra,
Crown Of Thorns)
Star Of Bethlehem
Sweet Pea
Swiss Cheese Plant
(monstera)
Tansy Ragwort
Tobacco
Umbrella Plant
Vetch: Hairy/common
Virginia Creeper
Wattle
Weeping Fig
White Cedar, China
Berry
Wisteria
Yews
Yellow Jasmine

ArtS 01-11-2007 09:15 AM

Do you have a list of recomended wood types to use as perches (I prefer natural branch perches). I've used Norway maple, Larch, and sugar maple. I'm curious about pines and dawn redwood - both are available but I've held off as i'm not sure if they are safe.

Regards,

Art S.

BUUZBEE 01-11-2007 09:20 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ArtS (Post 951)
Do you have a list of recomended wood types to use as perches (I prefer natural branch perches). I've used Norway maple, Larch, and sugar maple. I'm curious about pines and dawn redwood - both are available but I've held off as i'm not sure if they are safe.

Regards,

Art S.

I sure do, i'll make a post!

ArtS 01-20-2007 10:40 PM

Thanks Anna!

By the way, which red maple is bad and why?

Regards,

Art S.

jen 03-10-2008 10:39 AM

How about Arizona Ash in SanAntonio,Tx.?
Anybody here feed meal worms to their birds? My vet said it would be ok. Once a week maybe. Fiji goes crazy over them. He loves to chase the worm down. Looks like a chicken after a june bug. I have meal worms that I feed to my fish as a treat once a week. Sends them into a frenzy.

aclinsevourity 04-07-2008 12:36 PM

there needs to be a list like this with a little picture next to each one... i am a plant fanatic but usually its "rescuing" dying plants from the grocery store or hardware stores and i have no idea what they are...

lovemyboys 05-20-2008 12:46 PM

I got a good book on indoor plants at my TJ Maxx. They give alot of information. So far i have an aloe subspecies which is ok for parrotlets and also eclectus. Also, a Pigmy Fig Palm (also known as phoenix palm) is okay for both of these parrot species.

chapala 05-20-2008 02:37 PM

Almost all palms are safe for parrots. An Areca palm is usually fairly inexpensive, and it makes a nice landing spot for them. Fine to chew on too.
Reta

lisa10 05-20-2008 03:07 PM

I noticed parsley is on the list of toxic plants posted on 1-10-07?!
I think that is a mistake? anybody ?
I give my birds and bunnies parsley, I thought it was ok

Pado 05-20-2008 05:28 PM

Here's an old post from Reta on Parsley:

https://www.talkparrotlets.com/showpo...3&postcount=10


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