Known As:  Indian Tobacco, Lobelia
Latin Name: Lobelia inflata, Lobelioideaea inflata (Lobelioideae subfamily of the Bellflower family)
Description: Herb producing an acrid milky sap known as latex. Tubular flowers with five petals.  Color varies depending on variety from red to blue or violet. Indian Tobacco is a tall annual with light blue flowers and small petals.  Cardinal flowers have red flowers.
Poisonous Parts:  Leaves, stems, fruit.  Contains alkaloid Lobeline.  Also contains pyridine, a nicotine-like toxin.
Symptoms: Vomiting and diarrhea.  Affects nervous system and can also cause dermatitis.
Treatment: Contact your veterinarian.