Yes they are poisonous, they are related to oleander which is very poisonous.
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ANS. OleanderThe oleander, or Nerium oleander, is considered by many to be the most poisonous plant in the world. All parts of the beautiful oleander contain poison -- several types of poison. Two of the most potent are oleandrin and neriine, known for their powerful effect on the heart. An oleander's poison is so strong, in fact, that it can poison a person who simply eats the honey made by bees that have digested oleander nectar.
oldeander tattoos symbolize strength and beauty. from the outside, an oleander is a delicate and beautiful flower but underneath all that visible beauty lies an unrequited strength. it carries a poison inside it that protects its. It is gentle but deadly.
Oleander is a highly toxic shrub of unknown region of origin. Despite its toxicity, the plant is often used in ornamental gardening. The Oleanderâ??s poison can cause nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea, seizures, and even death.
There are several types of oleander caterpillars, including oleander hawk and spotted oleander. The spotted oleander caterpillar stays in their cocoons for about two weeks before merging as a moth.
Oleander-Rennen was created in 1972.
Nerium oleander was created in 1753.
White Oleander was created in 1999.