Beautiful but toxic: These common backyard blossoms can be deadly to pets, so think before you plant

Beautiful but toxic: These common backyard blossoms can be deadly to pets, so think before you plant

With spring planting in full swing, gardeners should keep in mind that not all plant varieties are safe for pets. In fact, some are deadly and should be avoided if there are pets in the household.

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