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Which Garden Plants Can Go Bad?

Some of your pretty, seemingly harmless plants can actually hurt you

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Original Article: Jan Imperio Photography: Miguel Nacianceno

It's no suprise that parents are diligent about protecting their children from harm—poisonous chemicals and medicines are properly stored away from their reach, sharp objects far from their curious hands, and their rooms sprayed with insect repellants to keep it pest-free. However, not a lot of people know that there are other dangers still lurking within the home—more specifically, in the form of plants in the garden. Check them out below: 

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