Not all houseplants are safe to keep around pets and not all pets are safe around houseplants! Without warning, your usually well-behaved pup may take a keen interest in eating your prized plants. We want to keep the smallest members of our family safe in the home, so take a look at these popular ASPCA-approved plants that are non--toxic to both cats & dogs.
Keep in mind - ingesting any plant material may cause vomiting and/or gastrointestinal upset in cats and dogs.
The African Violet has stunning flowers in a range of colors and fuzzy green leaves year-round. Depending on the variety, they bloom in blues, pinks, reds, whites and lavender.
Boston Ferns are a classically beautiful houseplant. They are safe for pets, natural air purifiers and one of the easiest types of ferns to care for!
Hibiscus plants are a great way to add tropical flair to your home. They thrive in 55-70 degree weather and direct sunlight.
A Christmas Cactus requires little care and can tolerate low light conditions. In the dead of winter, it provides lovely fiery blooms!
The Venus Fly Trap is a strangely intriguing plant with eyelash-thin teeth that trap their prey of small insects. They are safe for pets and prefer humid conditions.
Wax Plants are ideal for growing indoors because they tolerate dry conditions. They have distinctive glossy green leaves and produce good-selling flowers that are either pink or white.