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Pet Safe Plants for Spring

Spring Cleaning: Plant a Pet Safe Garden

You may (or may not know) that some plants can be toxic to pets if they get the urge to munch the flowers and plants you keep around the house and garden. Even some of the most common flowers like Baby's Breath, which come in many arrangements, can be unassuming but totally harmful to your pets if ingested. Thankfully, the ASPCA has a complete list of plants that are a-ok and safe for plant-snacking pets, even if it wears down your patience! This Spring, when you are planting your garden, make sure that you double check the list for any plants that would look great in your yard . . . but can do major damage on your cat or dog's tummy. Some of my favorite flowers are great looking and safe for pets too, like these Honeysuckle Fuchsias. To see what else I would pick for my yard, just

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Rally-RE Rally-RE 8 years
i love these honeysuckle fuchias! my grandma used to have them and i'd pop the ones that hadn't opened yet.
kiwitwist kiwitwist 8 years
I have most of my flowers in the front yard because so many are deadly to the animals. Mostly ornamental grasses in the back!
ALSW ALSW 8 years
Some gorgeous flowers. I'll have to double-check on the seeds I just bought.
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