A Good Pet & Plant Parent
Updated: Sep 21, 2019
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What happens when you are both a plant and a pet lover? Other than keeping your plants out of reach from yout pet (come on, they still have their ways of destroying the plant), it is good to know what plants are pet-friendly.
Certain plants can be poisonous to our pets. As a good pet-plant parent, we do not want to see them having them for snacks. Here are some plants that are pet-safe:
You can start a collection on them as the pretty and unique leaves of different varieties will brighten up your house with style .
Maranta leu. fascinator
Their leaves fold together at night, like hands closed in prayer. They unfold during day time and making rustling sound sometimes. They have a striking feathered pattern with red veins, often red underneath and both light and dark green.
They are normally big and hung in baskets. They like humid conditions with indirect sunlight.
Known as Chinese money plant, pancake plant, UFO plant, missionary plant or mirror grass
Classy and beautiful in many different colours. However, they require dedicate care.
All air plants are pet friendly and no soil needed too! Hang them high up and away from your pets.
They are known to sprout spider plant babies, which you can pluck off and propagate. They thrive in low-light conditions too.
Just like the calathea, there are so many of them to collect from and people are so in love with Peperomia Argyreia nowadays thanks to their watermelon-looking leaves.
Low maintenance, hardy and best option if you are a plant beginner
Other types of succulents include
Sempervivum, Echeveria, Sedum Buritto, Christmas Cactus, Opuntia,
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