Talk:Rhododendron groenlandicum

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Wrong picture warning[edit]

Careful with Pictures

I removed the picture on the bottom of this article. That picture, of the plant with the pink flowers, was a photo of bog laurel which is extremely toxic. PLEASE be careful when posting pictures of plants that are used medicinally and/or as food. Mistakes like that could cause a great deal of harm. Anungoliant (talk) 19:05, 31 October 2008 (UTC)

Removal of wrong distribution[edit]

Currently the chapter concerning the plant's distribution says: "It is found growing in northern latitudes around the world. In Europe, it occurs south to the Alps". This is wrong with R. groenlandicum, which is apparently absent from Europe and Asia, thus i am going to remove the sentences. Stamnariophilus 10:00, 2 December 2016 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Stamnaria0568 (talkcontribs)