No toxic or pesticides in these houseplants.
But the leaves or sap from some plants can be poisonous to animals and
humans. Poisonous plants don't always cause death, but they can make you
very sick or cause you to have a severe reaction to them. Here are a few
examples of poisonous houseplants:
Mums - leaves and stalks are poisonous.
Common English Ivy - leaves are poisonous.
Dumbcane, Giant Dumbcane, Spotted Dumbcane - all parts are poisonous.
If these plants are in your house make sure
your parents know that parts of the plant are poisonous. Keep them away
from places where kids or pets could get into them.