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Safe Indoor Plants

Plant parenting is a nice trend to have. It allows people to be more mindful of the environment as it promotes caring and growing of plants. It’s basic knowledge that plants and trees are vital for the ecosystem. But there should be more mindfulness into it. Sourcing from the right growers and sellers should be looked into as there are still those who scam people with fake plants or mindlessly cut from an existing ecosystem just to gain a few bucks.

Furthermore, there are common plants that are apparently toxic to children and pets. Some research and asking around would do no harm so best to look into that. Here are also some houseplants we’ve looked into which are safe to help you decide on what to get.


Prayer Plant

According to Gardeguides.com, “The Prayer plant is listed as non-toxic on several websites for pet owners. It is also listed as non-toxic on the University of Nebraska Extension's toxicity pages and numerous individual state publications. It seems unanimous that the plant is not dangerous either through digestion or contact.


Cast Iron Plant / Aspidistra elatior

Wideopenpets.com states that “Particularly curious critters may be tempted to chew on the large leaves, but luckily, it's non-toxic and won't cause any harm.


Areca Palm Plant

It is claimed by the American Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals or ASPCA that the Areca Palm Plant is not toxic to pets.


Hoya Plant

Again, the ASPCA states that this plant is not toxic for cats or dogs.


Moth Orchid / Phalaenopsis Orchids

This is also tagged as safe for cats and dogs.


Barberton Daisy / Transvaal Daisy, African Daisy, Veldt Daisy, Gerbera Daisy

This houseplant, too, is tagged safe for pets, even horses. It can surely liven up any room thanks to its beauty.


African Violet

Also a sight to behold, African Violets are safe for pets as it contains no toxins.

 

Plants give off a lot of benefits so it's good to grow and give care to them. Aside from fresher air, aesthetics, and food, plants also give us health benefits through concocting them for medicine, supplements, or beauty products.


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