Every pet owner knows how pets love to sniff and taste everything around them. For this reason, we have to give up diffenbahia, molochia, beloved ficus and other indoor plants with poisonous sap. Then which ones are safe to keep
There aren’t many safe plants among the common species, and we love many of them for their shade tolerance, winter blooms and, of course, their attractive appearance.
Here are the most popular and unpretentious of them:
- Nephrolepsis sublime,
- guinura orange,
In addition, chlorophytum, chamaedorrhea and gerbera are among the leaders among indoor plants in terms of air purification efficiency. So here we can say that they are not only safe for pets, but also useful for the whole family – especially after renovation work or when children are present.
Not all plants of the same genus are safe for animals
Be careful with some species: if the list of non-toxic plants includes chamedorrhea, it does not guarantee that all palms are safe for the pet. For example, cycad, which seems incredibly tasty to animals, is poisonous.
Another example of this is ferns. Nephrolepsis sublime is not a cause for concern. It effectively cleans the air of chemicals and increases humidity, but room asparagus is dangerous with poisonous berries.