Safe house plants for cats
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It’s important to know which plants are not only easy to care for (read: plants that are easy to keep alive) but also safe for cats and dogs in your home.
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Searching for pet friendly houseplants safe for cats and dogs? Here are 25 beautiful, ASPCA approved pet safe houseplants.
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House plants are a way to bring life into our home decor! But, If you have a dog or cat, you should always check to make sure a plant isn't toxic for them! Today, I'm sharing my Top 10 house plants that are safe for cats! I'm loving how house plants have made a comeback in home decor! I feel like the green of a plant can really brighten up a space! And, having plants indoors can really help with the air quality in our homes. But, there are some house plants that can be toxic for our children…
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When you have cats or dogs, you want to be sure that you’re growing pet friendly houseplants. The thought of having toxic or poisonous plants in the house without even realizing it is very scary. Avoid the risk, and grow these pet safe houseplants instead. From spider plants, to African violets, Boston ferns, bamboo, bromeliads and haworthia, you’ll be happy to learn that there are lots of common indoor plants that are non-toxic, and safe for your pets. #houseplant #indoorplants #gardening
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Are you wondering How to Keep Cats Out of Your House Plants? Here are 15 ways to do this without any fuss. Read this to know more!
It’s a sad but inevitable discovery in the journey of plant parenthood: some of your indoor plants just aren’t safe if you have pets or small children. While beautiful to behold, many popular genera of houseplants are toxic, whether mildly or severely. Worse, still others can cause skin irritation with too much handlin
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