Morning glory, heavenly blue morning glory
Ingestion in large amounts can cause serious effects. These plants are known to cause problems in animals.
- Perennial vine
- Large, heart-shaped, bright-green leaves
- Light-blue to dark-purple trumpet-shaped flowers
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The list of poisonous plants on this website does not necessarily include every poisonous plant that is known or that might be found in a home or yard. Also, the plants are listed by common or scientific name but might be known to you by other names. The University of Kansas Health System does not advise eating any of the plants listed on this website. We discourage the use of any of these plants for self medication. The information on this site is taken from literature, and the degree of reliability is unknown. In case of accidental exposure or ingestion, contact the Poison Control Center 1-800-222-1222.