Are ferns poisonous?

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Some types of ferns are poisonous to dogs. According to Vet Street, the most common threat comes from asparagus ferns, which contain sapogenin. Dogs that ...
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Positive: 64 %
Bracken fern has broad, triangular leaves, or fronds. The plant reaches a height of 2 to 4 feet. It grows directly from stout, black, horizontal root stalks.
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Positive: 61 %

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Are Boston Ferns Poisonous to Pets?. Household plants reflect a decorator's tastes and gardening prowess, and add to the look and feel of your home. They ...
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Positive: 64 %
Review a description of the toxic or poisonous plants for birds, and a listing of plants considered safe for pet birds.
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Positive: 59 %
Platycerium bifurcatum, the common staghorn fern, is a low-maintenance, non-poisonous native of Southeast Asia and the subtropical regions of Australia.
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Positive: 45 %
Fiddlehead fern. Fiddlehead ferns. A chicken dish including fiddleheads. Fiddlehead sculpture at the Saint John Arts Centre by sculptor Jim ...
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Positive: 22 %

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