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Below is a general guide to which flowers and plants will keep those nosy animals safe and sound. We are florists and we bring everything home, where multiple cats live and are thriving despite their curious attitude. But for those pet owners that have tiny rascals that can’t help themselves, are predisposed to eating everything and anything, can follow this broad safety guide.

Houseplants

Toxic

Aloe Vera

Rubber Plant

Golden Pothos

English Ivy

Peace Lily

Mother-in-laws tongue

Snake plant

Asparagus Fern

Jade

Chrysanthemum

Cyclamen

GOOD

Succulents

Bamboo

Spider Plants

Palms

Ferns

Bromeliads

Haworthia

Orchids

Prayer Plants

Lipstick plant

Money plants

There is a lot of varying information out there. Click below for the most comprehensive list of plants for cats, dogs & horses:)

CUT FLOWERS

TOXIC

Daffodils

Tulips

Iris

Carnations

Mums

Good

Roses

Alstromeria

Calla Lily

Sunflower

Orchids

Asters

Marigolds

Zinnias

Snap dragons

Ferns

Please keep in mind, the severity of the reaction all depends on how much your pet has ingested. Signs of toxic consumption in animals includes but is not limited to:

  • Lethargy

  • Weakness

  • Vomiting

  • Diarrhea

  • Drooling

  • Nausea

Please contact your vet right away if you suspect your pet might have ingested something harmful.