Translated into English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Khmer, Russian, Tigrinya, Somali, and Amharic
Poison-hemlock is a toxic noxious weed that has been found growing near community gardens and other public places in King County, Washington. In order to alert people to this plant, we have produced posters that help people identify and avoid this plant. There is an English version, a Khmer version, and several multi-lingual versions translated into different languages. Each multi-lingual poster can hold three languages. If the language combination you would like is not included below, please contact our communications specialist. Languages currently available include: English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese (simplified), Khmer, Russian, Tigrinya, Somali, and Amharic.
Click on the titles or images below to download the Poison-hemlock Posters in the languages desired. Please note you'll need the Acrobat Viewer to read the files.
- DNRP publications
- Agriculture in King County, Washington
- Northwest yard and garden
- Animals, plants and habitat