Cotoneaster /kəˈtoʊniːˈæstər/ is a genus of flowering plants in the rose family,
Rosaceae, ... of nectar when often the bees have little other forage in the June
Cotoneaster berries are considered poisonous. The come from an evergreen
shrub called the cononeaster that is common throughout North America, and the
Ingesting their poisonous parts affects the heart, liver, kidney or brain.
Cotoneasters' leaves, berries and flowers all contain cyanogenic glycosides.
These toxins ...
Oct 25, 2011 ... Someone in a gardening forum asked the question 'Are the berries on
cotoneasters good to eat?' The first response was full of uppercase ...
poisonous plants should be avoided or removed from the garden. ... seeds,
berries or other plant parts without first asking .... Cotoneaster berries are
Oct 1, 2013 ... Information about and images of poisonous berries common in the mid-Atlantic
region from the Poison Control Center at The ... Cotoneaster ...
Answer (1 of 2): Cotoneaster berries are mildly poisonous to dogs and can cause
stomach problems, diarrhoea and sickness for them, so it is advisable to avoid ...
Sep 1, 2010 ... Garden safety: poisonous plants cuckoo pint and yew tree berries ... Many plants
such as aucubas, cotoneaster, berberis, honeysuckle, holly ...
The Cotoneaster plant contains cyanogenic glycosides so all parts of it are
potentially poisonous. If its berries are swallowed, minor symptoms including
Oct 23, 2015 ... The list of poisonous plants which pose a threat to cats and dogs is ... agreement
about whether cotoneaster berries are really poisonous or not.