Highly toxic perennial herb with umbrella-shaped white flower clusters and purple-spotted stems. Thrives in wet soil near marshes, riverbanks, ponds, and streams.
Tiny white blooms and toothed leaves. Threatens cattle in Mississippi fields and humans via milk toxin transmission.
Tall shrub with linear, blueish-green scalelike leaves. Produces little greenish-yellow umbels in pastures, abandoned fields, and moist locations.
Lance-shaped leaves and fragrant, bright blooms. Ingesting this wetland plant is toxic.
Toxic, invasive crown vetch in Mississippi: beautiful flowers, but difficult to control due to prolific seeds and aggressive roots.
Three-leaflet serrated vine or shrub. Produces little blooms and cream-colored berries that may trail or climb 75 feet in appropriate settings.
Lance-shaped leaves, white blooms, and dark purple berries. Avoid eating this deadly plant.
A large perennial plant with lance-shaped leaves, white blooms, and dark purple berries. Don't eat this plant.