Family:
Ranunculaceae
Scientific Name:
Clematis spp
Toxins:
protoanemonin irritants
Flower Color:
Found:
ornamental, gardens

Geographical Distribution

Clematis distribution - United States

Clematis

Clematis spp

Blue jessamine, bluebell, Virgin's bower, Vase flower, Curly heads, Devil's hair, Flamula, Headache weed, Traveler's joy, Vase vine, Pipe-stem, Cascarita,
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Clematis (Clematis spp) is a perennial vine which produces colorful flowering blooms. They are one of the showiest vines and is commonly found in gardens and used as an ornamental. It comes in many shapes and colors. All parts of the plant are considered toxic, containing protoanemonin.

Symptoms

  • Repetitive head-shaking
  • vomiting
  • regurgitation
  • difficulty swallowing
  • loss of appetite
  • diarrhea
  • bloody emesis
  • ataxia
  • seizures