Poison parsnip

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Related to Poison parsnip: poison hemlock, Giant Hogweed, wild parsnip
the wild stock of the parsnip.

See also: Parsnip

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Charlotte Murphy says she developed painful blisters overnight after brushing against poison parsnip. Murphy says the blisters got so bad she had to go to the hospital to see a burn specialist.
Highlighting his concerns about poison parsnip, James Buick, from Ards Veterinary Clinic, in Co Down, said: "We have heard reports of dogs being poisoned on beaches.
IDENTIFYING POISON PARSNIP: Grows prolifically and can be found on river banks, canals, beaches, marshes and bogs.
Water hemlock--also known as beaver poison, children's bane, death-of-man, poison parsnip, and false parsley--is in the same family as parsley, parsnips, celery, and carrots.