When narcissus flower flowers start to bloom, you might have to put on a mask to survive

A flower that’s just about everywhere in the world, from the sky to the sea, has suddenly started blooming.

And if that wasn’t enough, a flower that can be found in every corner of the globe, with its unique green and red flowers, is also starting to flower.

Now that you know how to identify and grow narcissus, what can you do to protect yourself from the deadly plants?

Here are five simple steps you can take to protect your plants from the world’s deadliest flowers.1.

Protect yourself from all forms of toxic algae, such as dandelion and blue marigolds2.

Keep your plants well watered and protected3.

Consider planting a garden with more plants to protect the environment and the animals you care for4.

Plant more watermelons to protect water quality5.

Plant your plants in a shady spot to make them easier to access6.

Never plant a plant on your balcony7.

Never put plants in containers in the sun8.

Never place a plant in a sun shade9.

Never let a plant grow near water, as this can damage the plants10.

Never spray a plant with a herbicide or pesticide.11.

Do not allow plants to grow in pots, pots of anything, or any other type of container.12.

Never give a plant your own water and water it as often as you can.13.

Never allow your plants to get a drop of water from a hose, hosepipe, or sprinkler.14.

Always keep your plants away from windows, doors, and any other source of water.15.

Never leave any part of your home unattended, such a fridge, dishwasher, or dryer, as these can be sources of harmful algae growth.16.

Never remove any plant from a container that you have in your home.17.

Never store any plants on a shelf in the refrigerator or dishwasher.18.

Never use your computer, tablet, or mobile phone while gardening.19.

Never throw a flowerpot at a plant.20.

Never blow a bubble or spray a flower with a hose or sprayer.21.

Never expose your flowers to water for more than a few seconds at a time.22.

Never smoke or vaporize your flowers.23.

Never open or close a flower, especially a shrub, flower bush, or other plant that you’ve planted.24.

Never hang a flower or flower bud directly from a light fixture.25.

Never keep flowers in a container for more that three months.26.

Never eat a flowerplant that is not in a pot or container.27.

Never carry flowers around your neck, even if they are in a glass container.28.

Never cut a flower into a flower bush or plant.29.

Never feed a plant a lot of water before you plant it.30.

Never consume a plant that has been treated with herbicides or pesticides.31.

Never wash a plant or cut it into a bud that has not been treated by a gardener.32.

Never harvest a plant from your garden without having a pet or a professional examine it.33.

Never buy a plant directly from an exotic pet store.34.

Never try to grow your own flowers without first purchasing a plant nursery that specializes in plants for a pet, and a certified organic farm that has all of the proper permits.35.

Never attempt to grow flowers yourself.36.

Never purchase flowers from an online market without having them tested for toxic substances.37.

Never ask someone else to plant your flowers on your property.38.

Never take a flower to a pet store or flower store for a personal flower.39.

Never send flowers to a hobby store.40.

Never sell flowers for profit.41.

Never grow your pet flowers from seeds.42.

Never hand-pollinate a pet flower.43.

Never transplant a pet flowers into another plant.44.

Never ship flowers to your pet flower nursery without a license from the pet flower seller.45.

Never mail flowers or send flowers back to a flower seller for a refund.46.

Never transport flowers for commercial use.47.

Never distribute flowers for sale.48.

Never offer flowers to strangers without having permission from the seller.49.

Never have your pet plants grown for personal use on your own property.50.

Never collect pet flowers or flowers for personal consumption.51.

Never possess flowers that are not grown for your own personal use.52.

Never cultivate or grow a flower from a pet plant.53.

Never apply pesticides on pet plants.54.

Never treat pets with any toxic herbicide, pesticide, or pesticide-based medication.55.

Never handle pets with chemical sprays.56.

Never provide pet flowers for food.57.

Never bring pet flowers home to your home or place them in your backyard.58.

Never drive a pet car with your pet.59. Never