Citrus bloom, which is often used as a citrus bouquet, is a toxic plant, with more than 300 species of poisonous plant growing in the United States.
Citrus flowers are known to be highly toxic, with high levels of cyanide, arsenic, and lead, and the plants are known for being invasive and causing severe damage to native ecosystems.
But there are other toxic plants in the world that are often neglected, which means they often don’t receive the attention they deserve.
The world’s most toxic plant is the deadly yellow star (Meliaceae), which has been known to cause birth defects, death, and cancers in humans.
In a study published in The Lancet in 2009, scientists found that meliadins were capable of killing cells that are critical to human health.
The star was the most commonly identified toxic plant and is often grown in homes and gardens across the United Kingdom.
Meliadin is an important component of the rose family of plants and is found in rose petals, including rose petal nectar, petals from rose bushes, rose petallias, and rose petunias.
The plant has been identified in a number of plants around the world.
It is believed to be a major factor in the death of at least 100 people worldwide each year, according to the World Health Organization.
Meliodin has also been found to kill and impair a number other plants and animals, including the yellow star, rose fern, and various citrus fruits.
This article originally appeared on Newsweek.com.