Lots of houseplants aren’t safe for dogs. Here are 16 that are.
- Prayer Plant. These plants grow in low light and have lovely green and red tones.
- Ponytail Palm. These are common ornamental plants and look lovely!
- Spider Plant. Growing downwards makes these great for hanging baskets, and they’re easy to care for because they don’t need constant watering.
- Friendship Plant. These bushy plants need high humidity to flourish.
- Staghorn Fern. This plant is unique and makes a statement.
- Peperomia Plant. Easy to care for with lovely leaves, this plant is non-toxic.
- Haworthia. These small succulents are super easy to maintain and totally safe for dogs.
- Hibiscus. This flowering plant, known also as a rosemallow, comes in many colors and is beautiful to behold.
- Wax Plant. Also called the porcelainflower, this plant has waxy leaves and sweet-smelling blooms.
- African Violet Plant. The beautiful purple flowers that will sprout from this plant are stunning decorations!
- Watermelon Plant. Grow watermelons, feed them to your dogs, and enjoy them yourself!
- Parlor Palm. Also called the neanthe bella palm, this is one of the most commonly sold forms of household palm internationally.
- Boston Fern. Called the sword fern, this plant can grow impressively tall.
- Donkey Tail Plant. A unique succulent, this plant is dramatic, spreading out over its pot and requiring very easy care.
- Christmas Cactus. These easy-to-care-for green plants with red flowers aren’t just stunning, they’re also festive!
- Air Plant. Super easy to manage, these plants get most of the nutrients they need just from the air.
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