Woodrose:The Hawaiian baby woodrose goes by many names, including adhoguda, elephant creeper, vidhara, or woolly morning glory.
Rosary Pea:The rosary pea, also known as crab’s eyes, has toxic seeds that cause severe health issues if ingested. With its ability to trigger abdominal pain, fever, shock, and tremors.
Physic Nut:The Jatropha curcas, or physics nut, is a flowering plant belonging to the Euphorbiaceae family, or spurge family. This plant is infamous for its toxicity, with its seeds being the most harmful part.
Pencil Tree:The Euphorbia tirucalli, also known as sticks on fire or the pencil tree, should be approached with caution. Despite its beauty, this species is highly toxic to humans, pets, and livestock.
Oleander:The oleander plant, scientifically known as Nerium oleander, is a toxic plant with an incredibly dangerous reputation. All its parts, including the leaves and flowers, contain multiple toxins.
Madam Fate:Madam fate is an intriguing plant species that grows in Hawaii. Its star-shaped blooms resemble jasmine but emit an unpleasant odor.
Laceleaf :Anthurium, a genus of flowering plants in the Araceae family, boasts a staggering number of over 1,000 species. Often referred to as flamingo flower, tailflower, or laceleaf.
Castor Bean:The castor bean, also known as the African wonder tree, is a striking plant. Residents know it for both its ornate appearance and toxic nature.
Cape Leadwort:The blue plumbago, also known as the cape leadwort or cape plumbago, is a delightful flowering plant found in the Plumbaginaceae family.
American Black Nightshade:The American black nightshade, a potentially hazardous plant, contains solanine. This toxic substance, found mainly in the plant’s green fruits, can be detrimental if ingested.