Kalmia angustifolia, a toxic plant with tiny, deep green blossoms.
A small United states ericaceous shrub (Kalmia angustifolia), resembling hill laurel but having narrower leaves and tiny purple blossoms; -- called in addition calfkill, sheepkill, sheep laurel, etc. Its designed to poison youthful sheep and other pets that eat it in some instances as soon as the snowfall is deep and they cannot discover various other food.
The sheep-laurel, Kalmia angustifolia.
North American dwarf shrub resembling hill laurel but having narrower leaves and little purple blossoms; toxic to youthful stock