Scientific name: Arum maculatum
Hazard associated: All parts poisonous, and will cause gastrointestinal distress if ingested.
- The leaves are often mottled.
- This plant is a weed of garden and parks in many places.
- The bright red/orange berries may look attractive to children.
- Cats and dogs have been known to eat the leaves.
Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arum_maculatum
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