At Wild Interiors®, we’re pet lovers and understand you are too. We care about the health and safety of your furry friends, so we have developed a guide to pet-friendly plants for your reference. When browsing our site, look for the paw print icon to indicate pet-friendly plant options. If you think your pet has ingested a toxic plant, please contact the vet immediately.
Also, note that even non-toxic plants might cause some tummy trouble. Keeping fresh catnip or oat grass growing in your home may cut down on kitties who want to get to know your plants. Check out the list below to discover pet-safe plants from Wild Interiors®.
Exercise caution when considering the following plants:
*Snake Plant is mildly toxic to pets, due to saponins. It has a very bitter taste that deters most animals from attempting to eat it, and a lethal amount is not likely to be consumed. Use your best judgment and knowledge of your pets before deciding to bring home a Snake Plant. Read more. The ASPCA rates this plant as toxic to dogs, cats, and horses.
**Croton is mildly toxic to pets and people if digested, but its bitter taste keeps most pets from eating it. In large doses, eating Croton plants can be fatal. Use your best judgment and knowledge of your pets before deciding to bring home a Croton. Read more.
***The ASPCA has not evaluated the Phlebodium Blue Star Fern, though other sources indicate it to be pet-friendly.
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- Plant Feed. Apply a balanced liquid fertilizer monthly.
- Watering. Keep soil evenly moist.
- Soil. All-purpose mix.
- Basic Care Summary. Keep soil evenly moist. Apply a balanced liquid fertilizer monthly during active growth. Keep away from drafts.
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