The edible Queen Anne's lace (wild carrot) can sometimes be confused with the deadly hemlock plant. Find out how to properly identify and know the differences between these two plants, which could literally save your life!
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The Canadian or Eastern Hemlock is a surprising choice for a privacy screen. While the everyday gardener know the majestic beauty of the Canadian Hemlock as an stunning, focal evergreen, professionals know the endless merits to using this Hemlock as a beautiful and dense hedge! #CanadianHemlock #EvergreenTrees #Plantingtree
By: Gabe Garms Poison hemlock (Conium maculatum) is one of the deadliest plants in North America and can be fatal if just a small amount is ingested. It has been in flower here in Washington for the last month or so and can be found across much of the United States. It grows (often in dens
Water Hemlock (Cicuta maculata) is an extremely poisonous herbaceous forb (broad-leaf plant) to both humans and animals, and is also native to North America. It is often and easily confused with other similar species found in the Carrot...