Pet Friendly Indoor Plants
Tillandsia varieties are modern, cool, and best of all, houseplants not toxic to pets. But beware: Cats and dogs alike will love chewing on their spindly leaves - make sure to keep them out of reach.
Polka Dot Plant
Polka dot plant is perfect for adding a fun splash of pattern to miniature gardens, terrariums, mixed containers, and more.
Calathea or Prayer Plant
Is ideal for small spaces such as bookshelves and end tables. Its red, cream and green leaves curl up at night, giving it its name. One of the easiest houseplants you can grow.
Including hens and chick, echeveria, and rosettes - aren't problematic, but with so many varieties on the market, it's best to research each individual plant.
With its feathery green foliage, maidenhair fern makes a graceful addition to shade gardens or areas of the home that offer it humidity and diffused light.
The ever-common phalaenopsis orchid (the one you're most likely to see in the floral shop) isn't harmful to pets. Dogs and cats who love to chew may get into trouble in the potting mix, which contains a large amount of bark.
Parlor palm is the perfect solution for pet owners looking to add a small tree indoors. Safe for cats and dogs, it's also great for beginners.
This indoor gardening classic is a staple for many reasons, not to mention it's a cat- and dog-friendly plant. A fan of both pots and hanging baskets, happy-go-lucky spider plant will thrive anywhere indoors.