Poinsettias: have pet Toxins according to Veterianrians & the ASPCA
Poinsettias: have pet Toxins according to Veterinarians & the ASPCA
Most of us think of Poinsettias as the Christmas Flower. To many nothing says Christmas better than a Poinsettia. If you are a pet owner this beautiful flower should not be in your household. According to the ASPCA and most knowledgeable Veterinarians this Plant is very toxic to your pets.
So for many years I have enjoyed poinsettias from a far, or in the Malls during the Holidays. On a side note did you know that this Plant has been around since the Aztecs? The Aztec Kings loved them since it is able to bloom even in higher altitudes. Just does not like the cold.
So with that said enjoy this picture which I took in Manhattan Beach at the Manhattan Village Mall.
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