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Are peonies poisonous to cats


Are peonies poisonous to cats and dogs?

I have been asked about this by a young, intelligent person who read about this on the internet. The post was very good, and I'd recommend it. It seems that the peonies are poisonous to cats and dogs, but are they? I mean, can they kill a dog or a cat? How about killing a person? Is there any evidence that a person has died from a peony?

I also learned from the post that if a cat or a dog eats peony petals, the plant will spread its toxin. I've found that peony petals are not poisonous when they are fresh. I also found a recipe for edible flowers that uses a mixture of these (which I love).

What you can do to help yourself is to pick a bouquet for your own garden when the flowers are in bloom, so they are in your own control.

I know this is an old thread, but peonies have always given me trouble. My mom always has plants in her garden, and I've always gotten sick from them. I think I have allergy to them. But, now that I know to stay away, I do fine. Maybe if you aren't into pets you'll be fine.

I know this is an old thread, but peonies have always given me trouble. My mom always has plants in her garden, and I've always gotten sick from them. I think I have allergy to them. But, now that I know to stay away, I do fine. Maybe if you aren't into pets you'll be fine.

I know this is an old thread, but peonies have always given me trouble. My mom always has plants in her garden, and I've always gotten sick from them. I think I have allergy to them. But, now that I know to stay away, I do fine. Maybe if you aren't into pets you'll be fine.

I have peonies in my garden, I just don't do the flower thing - they're too prissy for me.I think I've been allergic to peonies since I was a little kid. They do have to be avoided.

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I have a rose garden I'm looking to get started on. If you have any suggestions, I'd appreciate them!

Here's some links I found as well as some info on what to do when you see the peony looking for its next victim:

I will second everything that you have said about allergies. It is difficult to get rid of them, but if you have allergies to pollens or dust mites then you can use a face mask that has chemicals that can help with that. Otherwise, just be aware of what you're allergic to, and try to stay away from them.

If you need a face mask, you can get these at Walmart, but make sure that you check the expiration date because some of them are used and reused so much that they don't last that long.

_"There is a pleasure in pedantry, and a pain in avoiding it." -- Oscar Wilde

I think what you're asking is how to know when peonies are ready to be picked, so I've included the answer for you below.

A lot of people don't like the look of them until they have already bloomed.

If you're the one to do the picking then you can wait until the next day if it's still in flower. But you don't want to get too far ahead of yourself and go picking because it will be dry and hard on your hands.

I'm just thinking that they're on the petite side because they don't smell like any of the flowers I've had as a kid. The roses we had, orchids, I used to play with, they all kind of made my head swim. All I had to do was smell them and I would feel nauseated.

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I have a rose garden I'm looking to get started on. If you have any good suggestions for varieties and the timing of planting, I'd appreciate it.

Thanks.

I think there's a very clear time when you plant them. I'm not sure why everyone tells you to plant them too early.

That depends. They are early peonies but they are considered a mid season bloomer. They are just the first to bloom in the season. I have found that sometimes they will not flower as many but as the weeks go by you will see the stems become longer and longer until finally in May the flowers will start to be in full bloom. They have such a wonderful smell of jasmine and lavender. My favorite time of the year is the month of May and early June.

That depends. They are early peonies but they are considered a mid season bloomer. They are just the first to bloom in the season. I have found that sometimes they will not flower as many but as the weeks go by you will see the stems become longer and longer until finally in May the flowers will start to be in full bloom. They have such a wonderful smell of jasmine and lavender. My favorite time of the year is the month of May and early June.

I know you're all right, but the point of this thread has gone dead on me. I just want to know where they can be purchased, what the shipping costs will be (to different locations in the US), and what the actual cost of these roses is.

I know you're all right, but the point of this thread has gone dead on me. I just want to know where they can be purchased, what the shipping costs will be (to different locations in the US), and what the actual cost of these roses is.

I'm thinking I am not alone. If not, I do apologize.

I just checked several of my preferred sites (cargocruiseonline.com, Amazon.com and ebay.com) and found they were priced at $16-$25.

Yes, this was a big shock. I was under the impression they would be much cheaper.

If I am understanding this correctly, you are saying that you are not having much success with purchasing the roses on-line? You may have a friend that can get them cheaper for you.

The on-line prices I am seeing are much higher than the price I get here in Michigan (about $13). The shipping is also higher from one state to another. So, if I want to purchase roses here, I'm having to order the roses from NY or California to get the best deal on shipping.

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