Morning Glory Toxicity
Name: Eric V.
I love the way Morning Glory flowers grow and look
around my back porch. My dining room opens into my second floor of my
house and I would like to grow some here. I have ample sunlight and
exposed wood beams for the vines to cling to and grow along. However, I
have 4 cats who are very interested in all my indoor plants. Do you have
any information (or know where I may find information) informing me if
these flowers are poisonous to cats? As much as I love how the flowers
look it is not worth trading in a cat for. Thanks.
Morning Glory is toxic to cats and dogs.
For information on the signs, like agitation, tremors, and disorientation, see the site below:
For a complete list of plants that are toxic to cats, see this site.
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Update: June 2012