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Also growing in my garden But impossible to emigrate from there. Gets fantastic flowerstands up to 1m in diameter!
Okay thank you!
Steer clear of this plant. It is quite a danger, the sap from it can cause photo-dermatitis. Skin contact followed by exposure to sunlight produces painful, burning blisters that may develop into purplish or blackened scars. In some more severe cases it can cause severe reactions requiring hospitalizations and removal of damaged tissues.
Spotted on Jun 19, 2012 Submitted on Jun 19, 2012
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