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Allergy and Product Information

Natural toxins in some flowers and plants make them harmful if eaten by humans or animals. Do not place flowers directly on to a polished surface as they may scratch or stain - use a protective mat. Certain products may scratch or stain. Wash hands after handling flowers and plants. The following provides more specific information:

Alstromeria

Alstromeria may cause a skin allergy.

Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum may cause a skin allergy.

Pomponette

Pomponette may cause a skin allergy.

Hedera

Hedera may cause a skin allergy.

Hyacinth

Hyacinth may cause a skin allergy / irritant.

Lilies

Lily pollen may stain.
Lilies are potentially harmful to cats.

Red Oak Leaf

Contains a dyed product.

Roses (floral and plants)

Rose may have sharp thorns.

Snowed Pine Cones

Contains dyed/glittered product.
These are a non-floral decoration. This is not a toy and may be a choking hazard and must be kept out of reach of babies and small children.

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Natural Pine Cone Picks

Contains dyed/glittered product.
This is not a toy and may be a choking hazard and must be kept out of reach of babies and small children.

Pine Cone Picks

Contains dyed/glittered product.
This is not a toy and may be a choking hazard and must be kept out of reach of babies and small children.

Snow Cone Picks

Contains dyed/glittered product.
This is not a toy and may be a choking hazard and must be kept out of reach of babies and small children.

Poinsettia plant

The sap may cause a skin allergy
Caution - skin and eye irritant

Poinsettia and Amaryllis plants

These plants are harmful if eaten.

Anthurium pland and Hyacinth plant

This plant is harmful if eaten
Caution - skin and eye irritant.

Spathiphyllum

This plant is harmful if eaten
Caution - skin and eye irritant.

Dyed or sprayed products

Certain products may be dyed or sprayed which may stain

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