This information comes from the National Capital Poison Center - 1-800-222-1222 - www.poison.org
Poison Center experts are standing by 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to help with plant and other poisonings. Call the Poison Center if any portion of a wild mushroom is eaten. To learn more about poison prevention and to receive a free list of poisonous plants, a magnet, and phone stickers, call the number above.
Young children tend to think of poison as being a nasty color with a bad taste or smell. Flowers and berries can look harmless to young children because they are pretty and often smell good, but if eaten could be poisonous. Plants are among the top five most frequent poison exposures in children under the age of six. The following plants are considered to be poisonous and if you have young children who live in or visit your home, you should seriously consider not having these plants available in any area a child has access to.
Dieffenbachia, Elephant Ear
Snow on the Mountain
Lily of the Valley
*From Wikipedia, List of poisonous plants.
***From Wikipedia, Gloriosa (genus)