Houseplants can pose a threat to the health of your cute puppy or kitty friends, if you're worried about what will happen if you leave both plants and pets in your space here's one scenario:
Or you can make sure to add some green, air-purifying goodness that doesn't bring you back to any bad news even if its as cute as the one above! Check out these non-toxic houseplants we put together that are 100% safe for your little furry ones even if they take a little nibble.
The Pachira, famously known as the Money Tree stands out in every space because of its resilience, ease of growth, and fun braided trunk. Safe for all the curious critters out there to nibble on. Particularly works to reduce toxins such as formaldehyde from the air and is a great choice for anyone with asthma. Plus, they're known for inviting in luck and prosperity (bringing you money and blessings)!
You probably already thought the rattlesnake plant was cool because of its name, but besides the fact it's pet-friendly and half (pet), you'll also be fascinated by its leaf movements, it closes its leaves at night and opens them again in the morning(sneaky as a snake)! This ability comes from a small 'joint' between its leafs and stem, as the light moves the joints and, as a result, the rattlesnake leaves open and close. So your rattlesnake buddy will be waking up and sleeping the same time you do.
Yes, its a Palm but not the one your thinking of, nope not the sunny, balmy climate, tropical locations palm, but the parlor palm has actually been prized for its resilience to indoor conditions. Being able to tolerate low light. It can also grow to six-feet tall with the right amount of care.
Don't worry you can have the rattlesnake and the spider plant next to each other they'll be friends. The Chlorophytum also know as the Spider Plant or ribbon plant is also another non-toxic plant to cats and dogs, it tolerates a wide range of light, moisture, and soil conditions and easy to care for in every space. So if you think your pets will be nibbling plants and you might forget to water it every now and then this is the perfect match for you!
If you’re looking for the perfect tropical houseplant, look no further than the Bird’s Nest Fern. Known for its wavy ripple-edge fronds that grow out of a central rosette, this plant will add a vibrant pop of green to any space. And, of course, non-toxic making it safe to keep around your furry friends.