These cheerful yellow and white harbingers of spring, aka narcissus, daffodils or jonquils , are actually mildly toxic if the bulbs are eaten in large quantities. Some people confuse the bulbs for onions. Daffodil bulb diners tend to experience nausea, vomiting, cramps and diarrhea. A doctor might recommend intravenous hydration and/or drugs to stave off nausea and vomiting if symptoms are severe or the patient is a child… High-res

These cheerful yellow and white harbingers of spring, aka narcissus, daffodils or jonquils , are actually mildly toxic if the bulbs are eaten in large quantities. Some people confuse the bulbs for onions. Daffodil bulb diners tend to experience nausea, vomiting, cramps and diarrhea. A doctor might recommend intravenous hydration and/or drugs to stave off nausea and vomiting if symptoms are severe or the patient is a child…