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  • Certain flowers are said to be toxic by some but not by others; for example petunias and primroses. Do err on the side of caution and do not eat them.
  • Chrysanthemums contain pyrethrum, which kills aphids, mites and other insects but will not harm fish, plants, waterfowl or mammals and which breaks down quickly in sunlight. Do not confuse pyrethrum with pyrethoids, which are highly toxic.
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