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Fools Parsley

Fool’s parsley (Aethusa cynapium) – also known as False Parsley, Dog’s Parsley, Wild Carrot, Lesser Hemlock, Dog Poison, Cow Parsley, Devil’s Wand, Kelk, Lace Curtains, Queen Anne's Lace, Rantipole, Birds Nest, Bee's Nest Plant, Devils Plague, Herbe a dinde, Lace Flower and Pig Dock.
It is an evil smelling, umbelliferous, Eurasian plant with small white flowers. Poisonous but horses usually avoid it.

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