10 Best Indoor Plants For Pets

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Known for their vibrant flowers and hairy green leaves, African violets are non-toxic to pets but should be kept out of their reach to prevent damage to the plant.

African Violet

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Compact and easy to care for, air plants are suitable for pet owners as they can be displayed in various creative ways, such as mounted on walls or in terrariums.

Air Plant

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Boston ferns are slow-growing plants that can be hung in baskets to keep them out of reach of pets. Consider other fern varieties like staghorn or bird's nest fern for pet-friendly options.

Boston Fern

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Thriving in indirect light, parlor palms are low-maintenance plants that act as air purifiers and are safe for pets. They can be watered sparingly and placed in bright or medium-light locations.

Parlor Palm

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With its colorful leaves, the polka dot plant adds vibrancy to any pet-friendly home. Care should be taken to avoid overwatering, as it can be sensitive to excessive moisture.

Polka Dot Plant

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Featuring a unique appearance, the ponytail palm is non-toxic to pets but should be placed out of reach due to its long, springy leaves that may tempt chewing.

Ponytail Palm

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The baby rubber plant is safe for pets and has thick leaves that may deter chewing. Avoid the toxic rubber tree variety and opt for the pet-friendly alternative.

Rubber Plant

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Considered non-toxic to pets, spider plants are easy to grow but produce hanging baby ‘spiderettes’ that may attract curious pets. Display them in hanging baskets to keep them out of reach.

Spider Plant

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Rattlesnake and peacock varieties of Calathea are pet-friendly options with striking foliage patterns. They require specific care regarding water, soil, heat, and humidity.

Calathea

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When selecting indoor plants for your home with pets, prioritize safety and choose non-toxic varieties to ensure the well-being of your furry companions.

Pet-Friendly Indoor Plants

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By incorporating pet-friendly indoor plants into your home, you can enhance the aesthetic appeal while creating a safe environment for both your plants and your beloved pets.

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