Wisteria

Wisteria floribunda

Wisteria


Wisterias are vines planted for their beautiful pea-like flowers. The seeds, borne in pods, are known to be poisonous to children. Seeds ripen in late summer. As with Laburnums, pods found within easy reach of children should be removed. The flowers are toxic and serious intoxications have resulted from chewing the bark. Two seeds are enough to cause serious danger to the health of a child.