Concerned about certain plants being toxic enough to cause harm to your pets when ingested? Here’s an A-Z list of non-poisonous house plants for cats and dogs which are very safe.
There are tons of different types of palms, and they make excellent indoor plants that are safe for cats and dogs. Areca, bamboo palm, parlor and ponytail are some of the most common indoor palm plants, and they are all pretty easy to grow too.
Plus palm plants don’t need a lot of light, which makes them great for growing in just about any room of the house.
When it comes to growing plants indoors, it doesn’t get much easier than spider plants. Not only are they easy to care for, but they also grow well in low-light conditions and can help to clean the air in our homes. Plus they’re really pretty, and even come in a few different varieties.
cats love them too, good thing they’re non-toxic plants!
If you’re looking for easy-to-grow house plants that have ever-blooming, pet friendly flowers, then African violets are the perfect choice.
Keep them in a warm location where they get plenty of light, and these darling little plants will happily bloom for you all year round.
A wide base, a striking trunk and a full display of long leaves gives the aptly named ponytail palm a sculptural look.
Bright light works best for this plant, as does a relaxed watering schedule of once every one or two weeks. Display it alone, or go for a tropical look with a row of ponytail palms that creates a resort-style feel.
Baby Rubber Plant
Looking for a plant that works well in containers and glistens with style? The baby rubber plant is shiny and bright, yet low-maintenance.
Yes, the waxy round leaves give it a special sheen and a shape that’s ideal for the pot of your choice.
Not only are phalaenopsis orchids cat and dog safe indoor plants, they are popular edible flowers too. If you’ve ever been to Hawaii, you might remember seeing orchid flowers garnishing food plates and tropical drinks all the time.
Using phalaenopsis orchids to garnish and decorate food is becoming the mainstream (and it’s one of my favorite trends!).
If You Think Your Dog or Cat is Sick
The best action to take is to call your local veterinary or one of the leading pet advisory services. The vet may advise you to just care for your pet while the negative effects clear, but it’s worth a quick call to be sure your pet is not seriously sick.
Buy ready to use nutrient rich soil:
In general use a soil-based compost placed over a generous layer of drainage material such as earthenware crocks, pebbles or gravel. Water and feed regularly, especially while plants are bearing flowers and fruit, when a high-potash fertilizer is recommended.
Buy Decorative Pebbles :
Decorate planters or garden landscapes with these decorative pebbles :
Using pebbles in a garden brings different colours and textures to the garden. Pebbles can also fill up otherwise empty space in the garden, leaving a visual that might be considered more interesting and aesthetic than simple dirt, soil or mulch.
Add a splash of beauty to balconies, patios, walls, fences & window sills with durable,light weight, Rotomolded planters.