The jade plant is poisonous to dogs and cats and marginally toxic to humans. For humans, the jade plant is considered to be minor in toxicity. If eaten, it may cause diarrhea or an upset stomach. Know More
If it is suspected that a child or adult has ingested jade, call the local poison control center.
If a pet accidentally ingests any part of this plant, seek medical attention from a veterinarian or emergency animal hospital immediately. Animals may exhibit symptoms such as vomiting, acting lethargic, loss of appetite, slow heart rate and a lack of muscle coordination.
This plant has thick branches of shiny, short leaves that are deep green or yellow-green in color. It is also known as the Chinese rubber plant, baby jade, money tree and Japanese rubber plant.Learn More
The jade plant is toxic to both cats and dogs. Veterinarians recommend that pet owners do not keep this plant inside their homes.Full Answer >
The most common cause of a dying jade plant is improper watering. Over-watering gives the roots more moisture than they can handle, causing them to rot.Full Answer >
According to the National Capital Poison Center, begonias are not toxic to humans. However, begonias, especially their tubers, are highly poisonous to household pets, such as dogs and cats.Full Answer >
Marigolds are not listed as a poisonous plant for humans, according to the National Capital Poison Center. Marigolds are considered safe and were historically used as medicines for healing wounds and preventing infection in tinctures, ointments or infusions, according to Herbs 2000.Full Answer >