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Barcode30293101846470
StatusChecked Out
LocationClark County
Call No581.659 Torn
TitlePlants that can kill : 101 toxic species to make you think twice / Stacy Tornio.
AuthorTornio, Stacy. author.
CollectionNF
Total Circ1
NumReserves0
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StatusLocationBarcodeCall NoCreated OnIssue NameCirc StatusTemp Loc
Checked OutClark County30293101846470581.659 Torn11/16/2020 Due on 12/16/2020Clark County

Catalog Details

International Standard Book Number 9781510726789
International Standard Book Number 1510726780
Personal Name Tornio, Stacy. author.
Title Statement Plants that can kill : 101 toxic species to make you think twice / Stacy Tornio.
Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice New York, NY : Skyhorse Publishing, 2017.
Physical Description xiii, 169 pages : color illustrations, color map ; 21 cm.
General Note Includes index.
Formatted Contents Note Bulbs -- Shrubs -- Trees -- Houseplants -- Weeds, wildflowers, and vines -- Perennials -- Fruits & veggies.
Summary, Etc. "Following the success of Plants You Can't Kill, Tornio now takes a look at those plants that can actually kill you if you're not careful. This book will offer up information to gardening enthusiasts of all levels about common plants that are toxic, poisonous, and even deadly. While the level of toxicity varies from each plant, all are considered deadly in one way or another to wild animals, family pets, and even humans. With its colorful, easy-to-read format, PlantsThat Can Kill will introduce readers to what these plants look like, smell like, feel like, and sometimes even taste like. Fun facts, interesting tidbits, and history will combine to teach gardeners where these types of plants can be found, how poisonous each one is, and whether these plants are still okay to have in their gardens or if they should be gotten rid of immediately. Plants featured include many common and attractive species you may receive in bouquets or even decorate your homes with, including daffodils, irises, tulips, jasmine, witch hazel, mistletoe, poinsettias, buttercups, marigolds, and even fruits and vegetables like cherries, rhubarb, and some tomatoes."-- Publisher's description.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Poisonous plants.

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