If you’re searching for Safe Plants for Dogs, this list of 19 Dog Friendly Plants can be very helpful.
Basil varieties are safe for your pets. Moreover, healthy for dogs, if they chew them. Here’s the list of beautiful basil varieties like this purple basil in the above picture that you can grow.
2. African Violet
Brighten up your indoor space with the blooms that can be violet, blue, pink or white. This low maintenance flowering houseplant is completely pet-safe and can grow in low-light.
3. African Daisy
Add a splash of color with the various varieties of different hues of African daisy. It does equally well both indoors in ample sunlight. It’s a dog friendly plant and doesn’t cause harm after ingestion.
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4. Air Plants
These can be an interesting addition to any space because of the unique trait of growing without soil and low maintenance. Air plants are dog friendly plants and non-toxic for cats as well.
Also Read: How to Save a Dying Air Plant
5. Christmas Catus
It might cause mild discomfort in the intestine if your pet ingests it. But overall it’s non-toxic and one of the plants safe for dogs, when it’s compared to other festive plants like amaryllis. Also, check out these flowering succulents.
The foliage of this plant is exotic and colorful, and so are the blooms. One interesting fact is that it grows on other plants harmlessly and even on rocks as its an epiphyte.
7. True Ferns
Ferns can be misleading because some plants have ferns in their name, but they belong to some other family, not Pteridophyta. Boston fern and maidenhair fern are true ferns and safe for pets, unlike asparagus fern.
Also Read: Ferns that Grow Best in Hanging Baskets
8. Spider Plant
Not only this plant is safe for pets, but it also removes toxic gases from the surrounding air like formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene. This information is backed up by NASA clean air study. Learn how to grow spider plant indoors here.
9. Parlor Palm
Bring the tropical feel to your backyard with this plant. You can also grow it indoors as it’s an excellent air purifying plant. Count it as one of the plants safe for dogs.
The first thing that comes to mind when you hear orchids is undeniably beautiful blooms and fragrance. And why not, orchids deserve being praised for these attributes and also for the fact that they are safe for dogs.
Rosemary is listed as a nontoxic plant for pets on the ASPCA website. This memory boosting herb is perfect for your herb garden if you have got a sunny patch.
12. Bird’s Nest Fern
One of the best dog friendly plants to grow indoors is bird’s nest fern. It can tolerate low light conditions. Basically, it’s an epiphyte and grows anywhere from tree trunks to buildings in its natural climate.
13. Zebra Cactus Plant
If you’re for a small shade tolerant succulent, grow this plant. Due to its shallow, it can be grown in small containers. Rosette of leaves with zebra-like white stripe pattern is a show stealer, and it doesn’t harm your pooch. Learn about more shade loving succulents.
14. Staghorn Fern
It’s not just a plant it’s a form of art with foliage which looks like antlers of stag deer. Most commonly it looks good hanging on the wall like other air plants
15. Wax Plant (Hoya carnosa ‘krinkle kurl’)
Leaves and flowers appear as if they are carved out of wax, which is a super cool way to amaze guests. Plus, the sweet smell of flowers fills the room with enticing fragrance.
16. Hens and Chicks
Known for their beauty Echeverias are one of the gorgeous succulents. Lots of light with less frequent watering is the way to go for this plant. Unlike some succulent like aloes, they are safe for dogs.
17. Cast Iron Plant
According to its name, this houseplant is extremely hardy and low maintenance and a perfect choice for newbies. It’s considered as a pet-safe plant.
Also Read: The Most Easy to Grow Houseplants
18. Prayer Plant
The leaves fold up when the dusk falls just as we fold our hands in prayer. The broad oval leaves are variegated in a very unique pattern. It’s also one of the best air purifying houseplants.
19. Swedish Ivy
Incredible plant for hanging baskets because of the trailing stems, Swedish ivy is not an actual ivy. Although it works out in our favor as unlike other true ivy plants, it’s not poisonous.