I met a guy that ate poison ivy. Seriously.
Wear gloves if you want to pick this plant! It has a sap that irritates and blisters skin.
Let me see you get low, drop your hiney to the floor, and pull that spurge, man pull that spurge! Get low, get low.... (is this even funny? we're three years into the pandemic so I don't know anymore)
Another plant named after the illustrious snake...however THIS one is definitely more dangerous to ruminants and humans alike!
A simply dah-ling spring flower that is just so joyful, playful and happy.
The most common native azalea in our area!
A delicate little star shaped buttercup that you don't want to pick and hold under your chin to see if you like butter, because it's sap is toxic.
They say this is edible, unless you've drank alcohol, and then it's toxic, so, just steer clear.
These hermaphroditic flowers might be called "strawberry bush" flowers, but they are definitely toxic if eaten.
A sunny and bright flower that some consider a weed, but really, as long as it's not growing in my veggie garden, I'll call it a flower.