Cytisus Bush

Cytisus Bush. It belongs to the subfamily faboideae, and is one of several genera in the tribe genisteae which are commonly called brooms. All parts, especially the seeds, may cause mild stomach upset if ingested.

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It belongs to the subfamily faboideae, and is one of several genera in the tribe genisteae which are commonly called brooms. Cytisus is a genus of flowering plants in the family fabaceae, native to open sites (typically scrub and heathland) in europe, western asia and north africa. All parts, especially the seeds, may cause mild stomach upset if ingested.

Cytisus Is A Genus Of Flowering Plants In The Family Fabaceae, Native To Open Sites (Typically Scrub And Heathland) In Europe, Western Asia And North Africa.

It belongs to the subfamily faboideae, and is one of several genera in the tribe genisteae which are commonly called brooms. All parts, especially the seeds, may cause mild stomach upset if ingested. Wear gloves and wash hands after handling.

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