"Myrtle spurge contains a toxic, milky sap which can cause severe skin irritations, including blistering. This plant is poisonous if ingested; causing nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Wearing gloves, long sleeves, shoes, and eye protection is highly recommended when in contact with myrtle spurge, as all plant parts are considered poisonous."
It's not hard to remove when the soil is damp, and now's the time to do it, before it goes to seed!
|Myrtle Spurge (Euphorbia myrcinites)|