7 Best Pet Friendly House Plants

What better way to bring some life into your new home than buying some new plants from the Jungle downtown, right? But, if you're a pet owner, you know that some plants aren't great for keeping around your furry friends. Not to worry though! There are many non-toxic plants out there that are safe for your pet pals, and will being a fresh breathe of life to your home. Take a peak, and happy planting!

Spider Plant

The spider plant is one of the easiest plants to grow and keep in your house. With their long, grass-like leaves, they keep well in low-light conditions. They're ideal for hanging, or trailing on the ground as well. These plants of safe for any curious kitten, or playful pup who may get into them!

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Parlor Palm

These plants thrive in lower light, and lower temperature conditions! So if you're someone who keeps the house cool, these palms are just what you need. With leaves growing in clusters along the stalks, the parlor palm creates an eye catching decoration for your living room or hallway!

 

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Boston Fern

This beautiful fern is the perfect plant to add some charm to any room in your house. It's frilly, green leaves bring life and character to your home! They tend to do well in areas with lower light, and high humidity. The Boston fern is another plant you can hang and watch the beautiful leaves wave, or set it on a stand and let the leaves trail.

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Lipstick Plant

These unique plants bring a pop of colour into your home, are fun to grow and easy to care for, too! What more could you ask for? They grow long arms of leaves, with small narrow flowers on the tips to brighten up your day! They tend to enjoy a cooler climate, making it the perfect winter plant.

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Haworthia Succulents

Part of the succulent family we all know and love, these plants are easy and painless to take care of. They need their share of sunshine, and plenty of water to keep the soil moist, making them the perfect plants to decorate a window ledge with! They may seem intimidating with characteristic studded bands on the leaves, but rest assured, these are perfectly safe plants to have around your pet pals.

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Bamboo Plants

Bamboo plants are sure to add some class and elegance to your home. Plus, they come in a variety of types, so you can gather a collection! They do require a steady watering routine, so if you're forgetful when it comes to your plants, the bamboo may not be your best option. But you can always get something like a humidity tray to keep the soil moist! Just look at how cool they are? A little extra care would totally be worth it. 

 

Peperomia Plants

These plants are exactly what you're looking for to keep a minimalist style with a little but of colour. Similar to the succulent, they have a ton of different types, interesting leaves, and tolerance for a relatively wide range of conditions! Although, they do tend to enjoy a little more humidity, so be sure to give these guys a little extra care!

We hope that these tips have give your some planting inspiration! Get out there, pick up a few plants, and enjoy the added life in your home while knowing your furry companions will be happy and healthy at the same time!