Intrepid campers are often happy to set up tents off the beaten track in forests, fields, mountains, and tracks. Sometimes they’re tempted to try the odd leaf or fruit or mushroom, and don’t worry about brushing across curious looking plants and flowers. But be warned – some of these innocent-looking little leaves can cause illness, paralysis or death!
From the Mala Mujer of Mexico to the Castor Bean of eastern Africa, there are many plants that possess toxins devastating to man and beast.
Here’s an infographic created by Spalding Plant and Bulb Company to help you pick out the most poisonous plants next time you go camping around the world.
Provided by Spalding Bulb