As the weather warms, gardens and yards everywhere will begin to bloom. It is so important to know the names of your indoor and outdoor plants and find out if they are poisonous. Keep all poisonous plants, bulbs, seeds and plant foods where children cannot reach them. On top of knowing your plants, another important step is to identify the presence of any mushrooms. All mushrooms should be considered poisonous unless they have been correctly identified by an expert. Checking your yard for mushrooms is very important in the springtime, especially after episodes of significant rainfall. The Amanita Muscaria is a mushroom that while not common, can be very enticing to children secondary to its bright colors and it’s representation in books and video games. Ingestion of this particular mushroom can cause vomiting, hallucinations, restlessness, and significant agitation. If one of these mushrooms are consumed, be sure to contact the poison center and have plenty of water.