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Primavera: Piante sicure per cani e gatti!

Spring: Safe Plants for Dogs and Cats!

Nature is slowly awakening. The first blooms can already be admired and the buds peep out from the branches of the trees.

When it comes to toxic and poisonous plants, not all pets experience the same effects from unauthorized nibbling. For example, while a day lily may not affect a dog, a curious cat can suffer from vomiting, kidney failure, or even death after ingesting the common garden plant. There are many beautiful ornamental plants that are non-toxic to cats and dogs.

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Fill your landscape and home worry-free when choosing these safe plants for your pet:

  • Areca Palm: Also known as the butterfly palm, this plant is native to Madagascar and thrives in warm temperatures and high humidity, doesn't require a lot of water, and does a great job of purifying the air, making it healthier for both you and your pet. domestic.
  • Graduation Button: You can grow pet-friendly bouquets with the adorable blue bachelor button blooms, an easy annual plant for the sunny garden.
  • Camellia: The rich dark green glossy leaves are beautiful when the camellias aren't in bloom, but the prolific flowers make a wonderful centerpiece when they appear starting in November. Both the leaves and the flowers are non-toxic to cats and dogs.
  • Marigold: The fragrance of marigold is best described as pungent and also acts as a deterrent for insects in the garden. If your cat or dog likes the funky scent, a taste test won't cause any harm.
  • Snapdragons: Plains and flowers aren't harmful to cats or dogs, so fill the flower beds and pot with the abundant blooms of these annuals that add a burst of color in early spring.
  • Grape Hyacinth: Unlike the popular spring bulb, the tulip, which can cause diarrhea and vomiting in cats and dogs, grape hyacinths are safe to plant around pets.
  • Rose of Sharon: The vigorous bushes produce flowers in shades of pink, blue, or white and can attract hummingbirds. Also known as althea, rose of Sharon is non-toxic to cats and dogs.
  • Peruvian lily: For families with cats, many lily species are problematic to grow. However, the Peruvian lily is a non-toxic choice for cats and dogs.

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