Abelia grandiflora is non-toxic to humans and animals according to all toxic plant registries. While no part of the Abelia plant is poisonous, it is also not known to be consumed in any context. Abelia fruit are small, hard brown oval seed pods.
Are Abelia Poisonous to Children?
Abelia is not poisonous to children. Skin contact is non-irritating nor is ingesting the plant. Any large amounts ingested will likely cause stomach discomfort but is not toxic. While not poisonous, children should not be encouraged to ingest any part of the plant.
Are Abelia Poisonous to Dogs?
No part of the Abelia plant is known to be poisonous to dogs. Any large amounts ingested will likely cause stomach discomfort and potentially vomiting but will not harm the dog.
Are Abelia Poisonous to Other Animals?
Abelia are not known to be poisonous to any animals. Abelia is also known to be deer resistant making the plant a great candidate for border plantings as a way to deter deer as well as shield animals and/or pets from other potentially harmful or poisonous plants with a safe, deer resistant plant as a physical barrier.
Symptoms of Abelia Poisoning
No parts of Abelia plants will poison or harm humans or animals if ingested but consuming large amounts of any part of the plant will likely cause upset stomach and/or vomiting.
Preventing Abelia Poisoning
Abelia is not poisonous but it is also not considered edible. Children and pets should be discouraged from eating any part of the plant.
Pet Poison Hotline
If something were to happen to your furry friend, and you suspect that they are suffering from (plant xyz) poisoning, there is a poison control hotline to call for 24/7 vet advice. It is called the Pet Poison Hotline, and their phone number is (855) 764-7661.
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