toxic flowers at market?
For those of you who sell at market, how do you handle (not physically, but sales-wise) flowers that may be toxic or be irritants? For instance, if you sell a bouquet with say, foxgloves or monkshood, do you tell the customer to be careful? Do you not say anything? Or do you avoid all risk and not sell any flower that may be toxic?
It seems to be a fine line between educating a customer and scaring her/him off. I think most gardeners know about toxic plants and realize that with common sense (don't eat your foxgloves, lol) that we can live in harmony with toxic flowers. But some people, especially non-gardeners, get very scared.
I'm just wondering how to approach this in the upcoming season, and would appreciate any input.