The Seaside Daisy is poisonous for both cats and dogs.
Typical symptoms include diarrhea, nausea, upset stomach and vomiting.
Seaside Daisy is a perennial herb that’s been found in western Canada and the United States, from Alberta and British Columbia south as far as Arizona and New Mexico. This plant could up to 40 inches tall with inflorescence that contains 2-20 flower heads per stem. the florets in each head may come in blue, lavender and white colors.
The scientific name for this plant is Erigeron speciosus. Additional name for this plant include Aspen Fleabane, Fleabane, Garden Fleabane, Horseweed, Showy Daisy and Showy Fleabane.
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