and first of all make a clear distinction which plant you actually mean. Don’t be hysterical about Moonflower poison! The morning glory plant is a twining perennial vine that is cultivated in many gardens.The plant bears clusters of blue to purplish flowers, and sometimes will produce white flowers. Bracken Fern This plant is poisonous in a fresh or dried condition causing rough hair coats, listless attitudes, and mucous discharge in ruminant animals like sheep, cattle, and goats. Ipomoea is the family of plants known as Morning Glory, which are tenacious vines. The seeds of some species of morning glory contain lysergic acid, which is essentially a natural form of LSD. My books revealed the same alkaloids shared by ergot, a fungus of rye that produces profound vascular spasms and hallucinations if consumed. 10 /27. Toxins in the entire plant can slow heart rate, cause nausea, stomach cramps, and death. 9. This plant has low severity poison characteristics. Morning glory is still used in this way in remote parts of Mexico. Morning glory vines with their heart-shaped leaves, twining stems and tendrils, and spectacular flowers help enhance the beauty of a garden. Keep small curious children away from this plant, as even eating very small amounts can be harmful. Morning Glory Hogs, sheep, cattle and goats are especially susceptible to poisoning from overdoses of the hallucinogenic seeds produced by the morning glory. So what's in morning glory that's so painfully psychoactive and potentially toxic? Morning Glory Morning glories are a cheerful flower that adorn many backyards. They feature blooms of pink, lavender and purple or blue which open each morning and fade at night. The seeds that are produced from the morning glory plant are brown or sometimes black in color. Without the use of botanical names it’s s all mixed up. While the blooms aren’t dangerous for kids, their seeds are —which is why they’re on our list of poisonous plants. They tolerate a wide range of average to poor soil and sunny to partial shade conditions. The seeds are poisonous, but deer happily dine on the tender leaves and vines. Fast growing and lovely to look at, morning glories are prized by deer as well as gardeners. See below Description. Morning Glory. This is true for both humans and animals, particularly if the red berries are ingested. There are a variety of poisonous flowers that can be harmful, or even deadly, to humans and animals if ingested or touched. I knew about Morning glory seeds but not problems with the sap. It’s important to educate yourself on the harmful effects poisonous flowers can have. I’ve been clearing out an empty lot and almost everything I come in contact is poisonous in some way. That being said, delicate flowers offer beauty that may look harmless, but appearances can be deceiving. Deer Resistance. Once eaten, they are what produces a psychedelic high. Morning Glory … Virginia creeper I was pulling out contains urushiol like poison ivy, but to a lesser degree.