STOP! If You See This Plant, Never Ever Touch This Plant
An hazardous, invasive weed – lately started dispersing across New York, triggering fear and warnings from the state’s Division of Environmental Conservation. They claim the plant could burn, scar, or even blind you.
Giant Hogweed...causes severe blisters and possibly blindness
Giant hogweed plant standing approximately 14 feet tall Do not touch this plant if seen as it can cause terrible skin rash/burn.
Kak borot'sya s borshchevikom na dachnom uchastke
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Giant Hogweed | Giant Hogweed is a poisonous, invasive plant that can cause skin rashes, burns and blisters. Find out how to protect yourself from Giant Hogweed on York.ca.
Giant Hogweed damage - just touching it will cause horrendously large and painful blisters and severe rashes, which are hard to heal, it can cause blindness, severe sun sensitivity. Looks like Queen Anne's Lace but it grows to 15-20 feet with the flower clusters 2.5-3' wide and huge leaves.
Heracleum maximum - Common Cowparsnip, Cow Parsnip, Cow-parsnip
Hogweed Plant: If You See This Plant, Whatever You Do Don’t Touch It
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Skin condition ~ caused by hogweed. Causes severe rash with pain and blistering. VERY similar to the rash/hives I had in spring 2015. Best to stay completely out of sun with this!
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Four boys in Manchester, England suffered severe burns and boils after they came into contact ...
Cow parsnip seeds can cause a skin rash. pix by Victoria Tilford
The stunningly beautiful giant hogweed is poisonous to the touch, and headed by seed toward the Mid-South. Contact with the plant can cause painful blistering rashes and even blindness.