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Are daisies poisonous?

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Hey guys
My Mom and Dad are coming over to see the new house tonight, FINALLY, and I bought a bunch of yellow and white daisies on the way home when I stopped at the grocery store. I did a search on the site and found someone's link to a poisonous plant list and daisies are not on it. But, I found a thread started with a warning about Easter lillies and Easter daisies are mentioned as being poisonous. I don't know what type of daisies these are, they were not expensive and only marked as "yellow" and "white".
Anyone know if these are poisonous? I am not going to give them to Dori of course, but she has planted her furry little self right next to the vase
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Maybe this will help?

Animal Poisoning:

"Houseplants Flowers and plants are beautiful and add so much to our homes and yards. But, did you know many common houseplants and flowers may be hazardous to your pet? Here is a list of just some of the many poisonous flowers and plants:

Aloe Vera, Amaryllis, Andromeda japonica, Apple (seeds and wilting leaves) Apple Leaf Croton, Asparagus Fern, Autumn Crocus, Azalea, Baby's Breath, Bird of Paradise, Birdnest sansovioria, Bittersweet, Branching Ivy, Buckeye, Buddhist Pine, Caladium, Calla Lily, Carnation, Castor Bean, Ceriman, Cherry (seeds and wilting leaves), Chinaberry Tree (berries, bark, leaves, flowers), Chinese Evergreen, Christmas cactus, Christmas Rose, Chrysanthemum, Cineraria, Clematis, Coleus, Cordatum, Corn Plant, Cornstalk Plant, Croton, Cuban Laurel, Cycads, Cyclamen, Daffodil, Daisy, Day Lily (cats), Dracaena, Dragon Tree, Dumb Cane (all types), Easter Lily (especially cats), Elaine, Elephant Ears, Emerald Feathers, English Ivy, Fiddle-leaf Fig, Flamingo Plant, Florida Beauty, Foxglove, Geranium, German Ivy, Glacier Ivy, Glory Lily, Golden Pothos, Hahn's Self-Branching English Ivy, Heavenly Bamboo, Hibiscus, Holly, Hosta, Hurricane Plant, Hyacinth, Hydrangea, Indian Laurel, Indian Rubber Plant, Iris, Japanese Show Lily (especially cats), Jade Plant, Jerusalem Cherry, Kalanchoe (Panda Bear Plant), Lily of the Valley, Macadamia nut, Madagascar Dragon Tree, Marble Queen, Marijuana, Mexican Breadfruit, Miniature Croton, Mistletoe, Morning Glory, Mother-in-Law's Tongue, Narcissus, Needlepoint Ivy, Nephthytis, Nightshade, Norfolk Pine, Onion, Oriental Lily (especially cats), Peace Lily, Peach (wilting leaves and pits), Pencil Cactus, Philodendron, Plumosa Fern, Poinsettia (low toxicity), Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Pothos, Precatory Bean, Primrose (Primula), Red Emerald, Red Lily (especially cats), Red Princess, Rhododendron, Ribbon Plant, Rubrum Lily (especially cats), Sago Palm, Satin Pothos, Schefflera, Silver Pothos, Stargazer Lily (especially cats), String of Pearls/Beads, Sweet Pea, Sweetheart Ivy, Swiss Cheese Plant, Taro Vine, Tiger Lily (especially cats), Tomato Plant (green fruit, stem & leaves), Tulip, Variegated Rubber Plant, Wandering Jew, Weeping Fig, Western Lily (especially cats), Wood Lily (especially cats), Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, Yew, Yucca."

ASPCA list of non-toxic plants
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