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Valentine's Day flower warning for parents and pet owners over 'toxic' blooms

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Valentine's Day is less than 24 hours away and many romantics will be heading to the florist on Wednesday to pick up a bouquet for their special someone.

While flowers are a universal token for love, especially on February 14, experts are urging Brits to choose wisely, as some stems can be harmful to children and pets.

According to garden expert Andrei Newman of Designer Home Spas, some can common flowers can cause breathing problems, vomiting and in serious cases - death - both for pets and children.

From tulips to carnations and even lilies, these beautiful blooms could cause a health hazard.Read below for the full list of toxic flowers to avoid this Valentine's Day if you are a parent or pet owner, as reported by Gloucestershire Live.The hydrangea is a beautiful plant that represents love and it's a florist's favourite as it comes in a wide variety of colours.

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