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
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 ...
Sep 1, 2010 ... Garden safety: poisonous plants cuckoo pint and yew tree berries ... Many plants
such as aucubas, cotoneaster, berberis, honeysuckle, holly ...
Answer: The berries on your cotoneaster are not considered edible and should
not be consumed. They do not appear on the list of plants poisonous to humans,
Oct 18, 2007 ... I have seen the birds eating my cotoneaster berries, but I can't say they are ...
Poison ivy is actually one of the best berry plants for birds!
Feb 6, 1995 ... "The berries could be Cotoneaster or hawthorn, both of which are essentially
harmless. Or they could be one of the nightshade family, which ...
Cotoneasters (Cotoneaster species). The pretty red berries, which nearly all
species have, seem to be mildly poisonous, but have never caused serious harm.
Synonyms - Cotoneaster glaucophyllus, Cotoneaster pannosus. Family: - ... The
berries are toxic if eaten in large quantities especially by children. Other parts of ...
Cotoneaster berries are considered poisonous. The come from an evergreen
shrub called the cononeaster that is common throughout North America, and the