Top 8 Pet Safe Indoor Plants For Your Home
We want nothing more than our plant babies and fur babies to coexist without trouble. There are plenty of plants out there that are safe if your pet happens to get ahold of our plant buddies. There are also safer alternatives on how to either hang or place your plants out of reach and out of their sight. I currently have 10 plants inside my home that I have researched, secured and placed around my home that is both safe for my pets and beautiful.
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1. Calathea Orbifolia
This beautiful watermelon print goddess is one of many non-toxic plants to add to you collection. They require partial shade, humidity, and well drained soil. Dress it up with a playful basket or colorful pot. Place on the floor or add to an end table.
2. Polka Dot Plant
These fun little polka dotted foliage are non toxic to both cats, dogs, and horses. The ASPCA states that if ingested it is not toxic, but may cause a stomach ache. These plants enjoy the shade and would do great up on a shelf or hanging basket in your home.
Peperomia come in various varieties and are non toxic to your pets. You have plenty of options ranging from full leaves, small leaves, light greens and deep greens. Pet owners will appreciate having an array of choices while keeping their pets safe.
We can all agree that orchids are a fan favorite and can be placed throughout your home. And guess what?...... They are pet friendly!!!
Bromelaid come in a variety of colors and are super easy to care for. They make a great table plant or hanging plant. These leafy plants are safe for all your fur babies.
6. Spider Plant
The forever growing spider plant makes a great addition to any home. They are easy to take care and grow like crazy. Your pets will be happy to know that spider plants are non toxic if they happen to take a nibble.
7. Calathea Rattlesnake
Calathea Rattlesnake may sound like a poisonous name but is non toxic to both cats and dogs. If you are a fan of deep green leafy foliage this is the one for you.
Herbs such as basil, parsley, thyme, lavender, sage, cilantro, dill, and rosemary are great for you and are safe for your pet if they happen to sneak a nibble. Herb gardens are simple to manage and can be grown indoors or outdoors.
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*All plants listed above are listed as non-toxic, but if ingested still may cause an upset stomach. It is best to keep all plants out of reach from pets that are known for eating them.