Which Fall Flowers Are Poisonous to Pets?

Do You Know These Poisonous Fall Bloomers?

Fall's coming and although we've tackled poisonous Summer wildflowers, that season's (sadly) almost done. Let's get into the Fall spirit by looking at more flowers — each of these either begin blooming in autumn or continue through September (or later!) in some climates, so check out the pretty plants and see how well you do!

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Hibiscus:
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Toxic to dogs and cats
Non-toxic to dogs and cats
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Perennial Sunflower:
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Toxic to dogs and cats
Non-toxic to dogs and cats
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Pansy:
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Toxic to dogs and cats
Non-toxic to dogs and cats
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Chrysanthemum:
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Toxic to dogs and cats
Non-toxic to dogs and cats
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Camellia:
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Toxic to dogs and cats
Non-toxic to dogs and cats
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Dahlia:
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Toxic to dogs and cats
Non-toxic to dogs and cats
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English Primrose:
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Toxic to dogs and cats
Non-toxic to dogs and cats
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