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Top 9 Non-Toxic Indoor House Plants Safe for Your Dog
Posted — April 19

Top 9 Non-Toxic Indoor House Plants Safe for Your Dog

Plant people, unite!

Looking to spruce up your home with some botanical beauties? If you have a dog, it’s important to make sure you’re filling your space with plants that won’t hurt them! Some popular houseplants are toxic to dogs, and we all know your pup can be easily tempted to give your greenery a little gnawing.

Read on for our top 9 non-toxic houseplants safe for dogs, modelled by Earth Rated office dog Albert!

 

9. Calatheas (Prayer Plant)

If a plant could have a role as a dramatic actor, the calathea would be first in line. When the calathea is unhappy, it will react with a theatrical droop. Only to perk back up once watered again, because of course.

 

8. Bird’s Nest Fern

The bird’s nest fern is a tropical plant whose leaves resemble a bird of paradise! If your dog loves chasing birds, this plant is the next best thing.

 

7. Christmas Cactus

This cactus is named for its red blooming flowers! Green and red and spikey all over, it’s sure to please long past the holiday season.

 

6. Guiana Chestnut (Money Tree)

Legend has it you can shake the Guiana Chestnut once a day to bring you fortunes. Maybe twice a day to be safe.

 

5. Fishbone Cactus

Like if you tested out a new pen on a sheet of paper, and turned that shape into a hardy indoor plant. What’s not to love?

 

4. Pilea Peperomioides (Chinese Money Plant)

What’s better than having one money plant? Having two money plants! Bonus: pilea peperomioides are easy to propagate and gift to your friends once your house has become overrun with too much greenery. Although, can you really ever have enough plants?

 

3. Spider Plant

New to gardening? Not confident you’ll remember to stick to a watering schedule? The spider plant is a fantastic beginner houseplant because it doesn’t care if you care for it. Miss a watering? Low light? The spider plant will carry on.

 

2. Pilea Mollis (Friendship Plant)

Commemorate your lifelong bond with your pet, with a non-toxic friendship plant! The dimpled leaves add character.

 

1. String of Hearts

Tricky to care for, gorgeous when happy. Just don’t let your string of hearts break yours.

 

 

But hey, if you aren’t known for your green thumb, we’ve got the next best thing for you: Lavender dog wipes! Keep your pup smelling like a fresh bouquet. No gardening expertise required.

 

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