You can join the discussion by using another browser, like, It looks like you're using Microsoft Edge. Q I have an ugly shrub outside of our bedroom that I have finally decided to destroy. It is growing at our farm in our field in Polk County and obviously has been there for a very long time. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/JANET B. CARSON), Liatris is a native plant known by the common names blazing star and gayfeather. Vomiting, nausea and diarrhea can occur too. However, cooking renders the toxins harmless and many cultures have safely eaten them for years (specifically taro root, or Colocasia esculenta). The elephant ear plant, also known as the taro, caladium and malanga, is a perennial herb known for its large foliage which resemble the ears of an elephant. Many are even well adapted to growing in containers. Contact with the leaves, stems or roots of the Elephant's Ear plant can cause mild to severe contact dermatitis. The common names include blazing star and gayfeather. Aloe plant. Box 2221, Little Rock, AR 72203 or email. Thanks for being a loyal reader. Now it's completely full of strawberry plants. You can enlarge the font, and the pictures are so much better. Elephant ear plants are indoor or outdoor plants with very large, arrow-shaped leaves. A Elephant ears, along with other members of the arum family — houseplants Dieffenbachia (dumb cane), Spathiphyllum (peace lily) and philodendrons, calla lilies, anthurium and caladiums, along with Italian arum and Jack-in-the-pulpit, all contain crystals of calcium oxalate which can cause burning and swelling of the mouth if eaten, and contact dermatitis in some people sensitive to the sap. Neither these AP materials nor any portion thereof may be stored in a computer except for personal and noncommercial use. It’s great for places … (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/JANET B. CARSON). The tree will move the chemical through its system killing the insects as they feed. My recovery is continuing except for the small brown "burn looking" spots that the doctor says should disappear in several months. Oxalate crystals can cause intense pain and swelling if they come in contact with the skin or mouth. The foliage will drop this fall, so just rake that up. If they are getting weaker and less productive, you may want to sacrifice a few of them. Many people experience severe skin irritation from contact with Elephant Ear’s leaves. Write to her at P.O. Their most common use, however, is as an accent or focal point. This is because the Alocasia Plant stalk is constantly expanding. It is not the ideal time to transplant now, but if you were to do some thinning now that might help prevent fruit rots. Elephant ear is a common name for several genera of plants. The average plant height is 2 to 10 feet with a spread of 1 to 10 feet. Care should be take when removing elephant ears by hand, as all species are poisonous and can irritate skin. Elephant's Ear is a perennial tropical summer ornamental plant that does well in outdoor landscapes or indoor container gardens. A The weather is cooling off, and so you can plant the hydrangea now. We did, in fact, take the iPad. A As you have learned, strawberry plants are quite prolific. Everyone does not react to plants the same way. Hosta. Some people can get near poison ivy and break out, and others roll around in it with no effect. When plants are crowded, they set fewer buds, and the resulting fruit is typically smaller due to competition. The spikes also make a great dried flower. by Bethany Hayes Elephant ears are a tropical plant that goes best in warmer weather, and they’re known for producing large leaves that can be several feet wide. All rights reserved. Place the towel inside the mouth of the individual or to yourself. Since it is so late in the growing season, my recommendation would be to use a bucket with warm soapy water and a soft brush and clean the stems. Everyone knows cats are curious. Although elephant ears are not as toxic as Dieffenbachia, it’s a good idea to be careful, especially if you have young children or pets. This tropical plant comes in a range of species with different sizes and colors. DO NOT use it to treat or manage an actual poison exposure. Retired after 38 years with the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, Janet Carson ranks among Arkansas' best known horticulture experts. These plants contains insoluble calcium oxalate crystals similar to other plants in the Araceae family. The National Eczema Association recommends wearing latex-free gloves when handling plants that can cause skin irritation or contact dermatitis as a preventative measure. How to Plant Elephant Ear Tubers: Plant elephant ear bulbs outside after all danger of frost has passed and daytime temperatures remain above 70 degrees.Elephant Ears are tropical plants and cannot tolerate any frost.They only emerge when the soil is warm. What it is, I have no clue. Elephant ear plants are indoor or outdoor plants with very large, arrow-shaped leaves. All parts of the Elephant's Ear plant are considered toxic. Any type of skin allergy should never be left untreated. It may wilt and look pitiful for a week or two, but it should bounce back. It’s a leafy vine … When any part of these plants is chewed and swallowed, the crystals stab the sensitive tissues of the tongue, gums and throat, creating the sensation of biting into ground glass. Read on for another quiz question. If you touch the juice of an elephant ear plant, you could experience a burning sensation and swelling on the skin that came in contact with it. Her blog is at arkansasonline.com/planitjanet. Elephant's Ear (Alocasia) is a common outdoor garden plant and container plant for indoors. Although elephant ears are not as toxic as Dieffenbachia, it’s a good idea to be careful, especially if you have young children or pets. You thin them back to almost the same spacing that you started with and then fertilize. The National Eczema Association recommends wearing latex-free gloves when handling plants that can cause skin irritation or contact dermatitis as a preventative measure. Seek emergency room treatment immediately if there is the presence of hives or blisters on the skin, tongue, mouth or other body areas from contact with Elephant's Ear plants. are ornamental plants grown from tubers. When growing strawberries, it is recommended to thin them out every year immediately after harvest season. Poisoning from this plant is rare, however, some cat fatalities have been reported. Skin irritation consists of burning, itching and possible inflammation. If it’s majesty and impressive size you’re after in your garden, Elephant Ears are a great choice. A The plant in question is a great wildflower called Liatris spicata. However, two days later he saw his second patient in Little Rock with the same problem. They will start producing runners in no time and fill the bed back up. The plant gets its common name from the shape of the enormous leaves. Just keep it watered. Elephant ear plants (Colocasia esculenta) grow easily from large tuberous bulbs. One day prior to becoming sick, I cleaned around the plants, removing the dead leaves, etc., while wearing gloves, socks, shoes and pants. The elephant ear plant is a houseplant with giant pointed leaves that look like elephant ears. COMMENTS - It looks like you're using Internet Explorer, which isn't compatible with the Democrat-Gazette commenting system. Be careful removing the leaves from an elephant ear plant: the sap contains calcium oxalate crystals that can deliver a mild sting or even a severe rash. According to the National Eczema Association, topical analgesics, moisturizing creams and lotions can provide temporary relief from contact dermatitis symptoms. One application has shown excellent coverage for a minimum of two years. This document may not be reprinted without the express written permission of Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Inc. Material from the Associated Press is Copyright © 2020, Associated Press and may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Fruit rots are more common because of less air circulation with overcrowding. Eating the leaves and stems causes irritation and severe burning in the mouth, lips and gastrointestinal tract. It is still a mystery how my bare skin came into contact with the plant. Where the honeydew lands (on the lower leaves and undergrowth) a black sooty mold grows. Q Can you please identify this plant? My question for you is when is the best time to place it into the ground? Now you know about your reaction to elephant ears and can take precautions. They have to be cooked in a way that removes the … Severe skin irritation may require the use of prescription topical and oral drugs. The jade plant – also known as the rubber plant – is part of the Crassulaceae family, and all the plants in this family are poisonous to dogs. Wellspring Gardens specializes in unique starter-size tropical plants, … They love to climb, explore, sniff… and nibble. Then you can start doing it the correct way next spring after harvest. Q I read a recent column that mentioned elephant ear plants, and I want to tell you of my medical situation with this poisonous plant. The Democrat-Gazette commenting system is more compatible with, Elephant ears are among the plants that cause some people allergic reactions. I'm going to make the bed bigger. Oral antihistamines can help reduce itching, burning and inflammation from the skin irritation. Elephant ear plants can be used as background plants, ground covers, or edging, especially around ponds or along walkways or patio enclosures. Some gardeners believe the only way to get skin irritation from Elephant's Ear plants is to have contact with the leaves or the blooms. Contact with any part of this plant can cause mild to severe skin irritation. Associated Press text, photo, graphic, audio and/or video material shall not be published, broadcast, rewritten for broadcast or publication or redistributed directly or indirectly in any medium. The plant is associated with causing stomach pain, diarrhea, and vomiting when pets and humans consume. The huge heart-shaped leaves of the elephant ear plant make it a favorite of gardeners around the world. Nice! The toxins are quite poisonous and death can occur if sufficient quantities are eaten. // Leaf Group Lifestyle, Side Effects of the Supplement Staphysagria. Ingestion of Elephant's Ear can be fatal and immediate emergency room treatment may be required. Even touching an elephant ear may cause skin irritation. Recently, I developed a painful skin "burning" over most of my body. Next March, apply a systemic insecticide such as Imidacloprid around the trunk of the tree. Here is a link to the fact sheet from the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture with more information: arkansasonline.com/97scale. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette), To keep strawberry plants from overgrowing their beds, thin them back to their original size after harvest. It is important to let the attending physician know that the patient came in contact with the Elephant's Ear plant. However, this sap can be poisonous to humans and pets if ingested with its juice capable of burning the skin. The green plant has heart-shaped leaves with white veins. If you know what it looks like, try using a toxic plant identifier to find what it was by comparing what your horse ate to pictures of the plants themselves. I have been reading the paper on the iPad for years since I travel so much. Seek emergency room treatment if any part of the plant was ingested. Chewing or biting into this plant will release these crystals causing tissue penetration and irritation the mouth and GI tract. Hosta is another low-maintenance, fast-growing plant with minimal care. In Hawaii, one of the local dishes is Poi, which is made from the taro plant (a type of elephant ear). This insect is sucking sap from the branches and giving off a sticky sweet substance called honeydew. When kept indoors with proper care you can expect your plant to reach a maximum of 6 foot or more in length. … Elephant's-ear poisoning: The Elephant's ear is a common garden plant which has large, heart-shaped leaves on long stalks. All parts of the Elephant's Ear plant are considered toxic. The entire azalea plant is toxic to both dogs and cats, but it will also make horses, goats, and sheep sick. Small young Alocasia Plants are unable to maintain more than a few leaves. The leaves and stems are the most toxic parts of the plants. Q My crepe myrtles have white specks on the limbs and a black substance covering the lower leaves and undergrowth. Copyright © 2020, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Inc. Wipe off the hands, eyes and face of the person inflicted with elephant ear poisoning. This plant may be nice to look at, but it can be toxic to your dog. Are elephant ears poisonous? An Alocasia Plant may lose a leaf every time it gets a new leaf when it is an imature plant. According to the National Eczema Association, topical analgesics, moisturizing creams and lotions can provide temporary relief from contact dermatitis symptoms. Copyright © 2020 Leaf Group Ltd., all rights reserved. I hope you heal quickly. That is because we are struggling to keep the plants alive over the winter. ; Select a location in full sun or part sun with a good, rich, moist, organic soil. Consuming this plant causes vomiting, lethargy, abdominal pain, weakness, and depression. Ingestion of Elephant's Ear can be fatal and immediate emergency room treatment may be required. The plant contains calcium oxalate and saphotoxin which can cause poisoning if eaten and irritation upon contact with skin or eyes. Can I transplant some of these? Q Three years ago I planted six strawberry plants in a 4-by-4-foot raised bed. Severe skin irritation may require the use of prescription topical and oral drugs. Poisoning may occur if you eat parts of this plant. Plants That Are Toxic to Cats November 21, 2019 11:28 pm Published by Writer. If so, when? A Your plants have the crepe myrtle bark scale. This article is for information only. Many of the elephant ear varieties are … This will kill many of the scale insects. Aloe, which has lots of positive medicinal uses, can paradoxially be quite toxic if your … Many people experience severe skin irritation from contact with Elephant Ear’s leaves. What Are the Treatments for Skin Irritations From Creosote? They have to be cooked in a way that removes the irritant effect. Devil’s Ivy. DO NOT use it to treat or manage an actual poison exposure. The care and effort it takes to overwinter elephant ears (Colocasia spp. Oleander is a beautiful flowering shrub that can be grown indoors as well as outdoors. The spiked blooms flower in the summer and are quite attractive to butterflies. Once all the leaves are off, spray with a dormant oil, saturating the stems and trunk. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/JANET B. CARSON), The honeydew excreted by crape myrtle felt scale makes bark black. If … In Hawaii, one of the local dishes is Poi, which is made from the taro plant (a type of elephant ear). In fact, it can even be fatal if not treated right away. While it is more common for children or pets to chew the leaves of the elephant ear, if you do so, your reaction could include pain, difficulty swallowing, and swelling of your mouth and throat. The AP will not be held liable for any delays, inaccuracies, errors or omissions therefrom or in the transmission or delivery of all or any part thereof or for any damages arising from any of the foregoing. The plant has a white latex sap inside the leaves and stems that make it known as milk plants. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette/JANET B. CARSON), Hydrangeas in June. My niece's husband had a severe reaction when he pruned his fig tree and got the latex sap on him. Regular gardening gloves are enough to protect your hands. Even touching them can cause skin irritation and itching, and if you get the sap in your eyes, your eyes will sting and burn for several hours. The treatment information in this article does not replace the experience or recommendations of a licensed physician. There is a sea of purple when it is at its peak. There are many species of the plant that are popular as both houseplants and outdoor plants in tropical or semitropical regions. Elephant's Ear (Alocasia) is a common outdoor garden plant and container plant for indoors. I am so happy you tried the iPad and hope you are loving it. Elephant ear plants are poisonous if ingested in large quantities. Thanks for sharing. The plant's leaves and stems contain oxalic acid, which can cause serious illness in children or pets. If you have plants in the home, you’ve probably learned that no beautiful bloom is safe with Fluffy around. This article is for information only. This native perennial is in the aster family and is fairly tolerant of a wide range of soils but thrives in moist areas in full sun. Cooking the … I want to replace it with a hydrangea that I presently have in a large pot. Elephant ear plants aren't super-dangerous, but the liquid in their leaves is a skin irritant that can give you a rash. My case was the first one he had ever seen after practicing for several years. The Association advises that most often contact dermatitis is seen on the hands, arms or other body parts that came into direct contact with the irritant. The plants that you remove can be transplanted into other beds — if they are still healthy and thriving. Over-the-counter treatments for other irritating plants, such as poison ivy, often work well for treatment of mild skin irritation from exposure to Elephant's Ear plant parts. Devil’s ivy is another fairly common houseplant, also known as Pothos. Toxic: Elephant Ear Size. Elephant's Ear is a perennial tropical summer ornamental plant that does well in outdoor landscapes or indoor container gardens. (I wrote you earlier about not wanting to lose my paper. If you are experiencing serious medical symptoms, seek emergency treatment immediately. Planting Elephant Ear … What can I do? There is a long list of plants that are toxic to horses, although that doesn’t help if you don’t know the name of the plant your horse just ate. The leaves and stems are the most toxic parts of the plants. The plant gets its common name from the shape of the enormous leaves. Even touching them can cause skin irritation and itching, and if you get the sap in your eyes, your eyes will sting and burn for several hours. Elephant ears contain a protein called asparagine and oxalic acid, which cause poisonous reactions to those who eat the plant. Over-the-counter treatments for other irritating plants, such as poison ivy, often work well for treatment of mild skin irritation from exposure to Elephant's Ear plant parts. The leaves can be dark green, lime green, variegated, purple, or anything in between. Except for my hands, feet and part of my face, the rest of my body was covered with red "burn looking" skin, and it was extremely painful. I have three very large, established elephant ear plants in my yard. In extreme cases it can lead to a … Seek emergency room treatment if any part of the plant was ingested. For northern gardeners, the question, “do elephant ears affect nearby plants” is not even asked. My primary physician could not diagnose me so he sent me, thankfully the same day, to see an allergy specialist who diagnosed me with elephant ear poisoning. According to the University of Florida, it grows in USDA hardiness zones 8b through 11 1. Washing the area with mild body soap and rinsing in lukewarm water can soothe the initial itching and irritation while removing the oils from the skin to prevent further irritation. Mature Elephant Ear plants can grow up to 8 foot tall, similarly this is around the same size of actual African Elephant Ears of 6 feet. Your Saturday articles were a large factor.). Here are the best Types of Elephant Ear Plant you can grow and make a bold statement with their large leaves and beautiful foliage!. Poisonous: Elephant eat plants contain high concentrations of oxalic acid. It is a very healthy plant but the blooms are covered with the leaves. Elephant ears (Colocasia esculenta and Alocasia spp.) Oleander. Contact with the leaves, stems or roots of the Elephant's Ear plant can cause mild to severe contact dermatitis. ), which grow in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 8 through 11 with some variation within species, depends on your climate.In frost-free tropical and sub-tropical areas, these lush foliage plants grow year-round with minimal winter care. Otherwise, problems with elephant ear plants are rare and the statement making leaves are attractive foils for many other foliage and flowering specimens. The mouth, tongue, throat and esophagus will begin to swell, which can cut off the victim's airway. Poisoning may occur if you eat parts of this plant. By now, your strawberries have probably set their flower/fruit buds for next spring. That time he was able to test the actual bulb to verify his diagnosis. 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