There's nothing quite like a day spent outside enjoying the summer in Texas. Before you hike down a trail, swim around in the lake or go camping with your kids, you might like to review this list of highly-poisonous plants. Some plants can literally kill you, so being able to identify the good ones from the bad ones could honestly be a matter of life and death.

We've researched dozens of sites about poisonous plants in Texas to bring you a list of some that can be fatal. Do you have any of them growing around your house? Check out the gallery below, and be safe during your summer activities.

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