Which flowers are poisonous to animals and humans: a list of plants A-Z
If you are going to be sending flowers to a friend, colleague or a relative, or you are going to be spending a lot of time around unfamiliar plants, it makes perfect sense to familiarise yourself and know which plants and flowers are poisonous to a cat, dog or any human, likewise. During summer vacation or winter holidays, some families leave their pets or their children to stay over and looked at by relatives in friends’ homes.
Many of us never consider carefully what our lovable cat, dog or little child could do with unfamiliar plants or flowers and many of us assume since grown in a home or garden, most bouquets and flowers would be harmless. The truth is way more different than the common suggestions. Usually, people do not know what certain flowers might cause to humans or animals, if touched or eaten.
In regards to gaining more knowledge for safety measures, you can take a look at our list below, where we have provided enough information for you to read about plants and flowers, their toxicity levels to humans, dogs and cats. Read more about what they might do and which ones you should avoid picking, touching, and especially eating.
How to tell, if a plant is poisonous
The truth is - you cannot! The only way is to read and get familiar with the way the flowers look and know their specifics as: names, looks, cautions. These plants, listed below, can cause a range of different medical problems, from blotches and rashes, to temporary or permanent loss of sight, organ failure, and even put you into a coma or kill you. There are no specific traits when it comes to knowing the toxicity of a plant. Some herbs are toxic, if digested and drunk for more than 3 weeks, but antiseptic, if prepared as a tea and consumed for no more than 2 weeks. Such an example is the echinacea plant. There are books and doctors who need to intermediate between your decision to consume a flower or plant and identify which one is good for your health. Keep reading below to find out more about flowers and their effects, if touched or consumed.
A list of poisonous plants and flowers A-Z
Below you will find all toxic flowers and plant in alphabetical order. We will also group them into two categories: Toxic to all living beings and Non-toxic and safe to people and animals. During your reading you will find that some flowers and plants are mildly toxic and we will let you know all the side effects, if consumed.
Keep reading below to find out which are the poisounous plants and flowers to cats, dogs and humans.
Lets start with A!
Toxic to all living beings
The Aconitum grows in Asia, Norht America, Europe. Its colors are mostly blue to violet. There are flowers with white and yellow in their crown. It is known for the name “wolf’s bane”. His oils and bulbs were used as paste or juice and put on arrows or other types of sharp weapons to kill wild animals, especially wolves. Thus, it is poisonous to all pets including cats, dogs and humans when consumed in specific quantities. Up to 40 ml can cause death in two to six hours with problematic feelings in the well being mostly in the gastrointestinals, including:
- Vomiting and diarrhea
With most common mild effects of
- Burning in the organs and skin,
It is not thought to be poisonous when in contact with the skin, but florists advise to always use gloves when re-potting the soil of the flower at home or in the garden. Poison is treatable within one hour of ingestion, doctors say.
Most commonly seen in Europe and Asia. Russian and Chinese doctors used to make specific medicine to cure some states of heart disease or stimulate the heart, but most of its ingredients, if not isolated, can be toxic or poisonous to both humans and animals. It is most commonly seen in yellow or red and some species have a dark spot at the base of each petal. Its petals contain specific ingredients, which are poisonous to animals and humans. If poisoned, most common effects are:
- Abdominal pain,
Mainly found in hay, it causes death to horses and it should be taken into special consideration when autumn comes and leaves dry out. Precaution tips: clean dry leaves and never let your dogs or cats close your garden’s Adonis.
This plant is a preferred flower for gifts and home flower decoration and famous in Europe, Asia and America. Its leaves are red and hard in touch with a green spike in the middle called spadix. Also known as a ‘flamingo flower’, Its look usually is not only extremely poisonous for humans and animals, but is toxic! The juice of it irritates skin and eyes. The insoluble calcium oxalate in the leaves, if eaten, wil cause irritation in the mouth and soft tissues. It can cause:
swelling of the mouth and throat;
Call a doctor or a vet if consumed by a human or a pet.
Mostly seen in the Northern parts of the world, this plant has more than 50 species. Is mostly seen in purple or pink colors. Depending on the species, most leaves are non-toxic to humans or dogs and cats, but it’s seeds or roots are highly dangerous and if somehow put in the system can cause
You can safely look after Aquilegia in your garden or your home.
This plant has more than 200 species throughout Africa, North America, and South America. It is seen in many colors, mainly red with a lot of flowers and petals. Some of the plant’s species are also seen in Europe. It is also called ‘the milk plant/flower’ hence it produces a white substance while flowering and is most dangerous then. It is toxic and poisonous to humans and animals, including a cat or a dog. If the liquid known as ‘milk’ is caught in the eyes it can affect the tissue and cause:
light sensitivity and
extreme pain in both eyes or mouth;
On the skin it causes irritation. It usually grows in the wild and you should take special consideration, if you are to plant one of its species in your home garden or pot.
Known or it’s beauty, it blooms only for several months in the year. Mostly known in North America and grown in bushes in front of houses, they are popular and seen in many pictures and movies. They can be seen in colors of purple, white, rose and dark rose colors. There are more than 1000 species and ALL are considered poisonous, some highly toxic to dogs and cats and can cause death. When growing some of your own, you should grow them with caution and try not letting your cat or dog near them without any supervision. They are also highly toxic to humans, if eaten will cause:
low heart rate,
irregular heart rhythms,
Rarely causing death to humans, but make sure to call a doctor in cases of digestion.
Well known and grown in gardens, this flower has 7 species. It is growing downwards and has a long vase crown. Seen in orange, yellow and redish. It is known for being toxic and deadly to all humans and animals.
To humans it can cause:
Animals might die.
This is one of the most preferred flowers for flower arrangements for wedding, funerals or bouquets surprises. It can be seen in Europe, Asia and America. The plant is very poisonous to humans and animals and causes death to dogs and cats, if not treated immediately. Calla lily may irritate skin, which is already injured. Highly poisonous to cats.
This is a popular plant and grows on open areas in South America and Africa. It is entirely green, with green leaves and is also called ‘angel’s wings’ for its wings shape. They all irritate the skin and all parts of the flower are poisonous. It can be very deadly to your dog or cat, as they can cause swelling of the throat and inability for the pet to breathe, causing
Toxins can be flushed away for both humans and pets, but take care of the flowers with extreme caution.
It is a popular flower, also present in many bouquets in purple and rose colors. It has 300 species, no less, but all look similar to one another. It is highly poisonous to cats, if chewed. Most of the time, neither people, nor dogs tend to eat the plant, because it’s bitter taste. If taken by dogs it can cause:
Most humans never eat it, but it might be caught by toddlers, so keep in mind to isolate flowers from little children. It can also cause rashes and irritation to skin.
This plant is very toxic to all animals and humans. Even in the room, it has enzymes that are toxic. If touhed or eaten can cause severe organ damagining and is also carcinogenic. When dealing with this plant it is advisable to touch it with gloves, so you avoid any contact with the Fern Varieties's leaves, hence they are also toxic.
It is an evergreen plant that grows on walls, gardens, around trees and is a climbing and clingy plant. It is seen in many places around the world. It has been used to cover walls as decorations and it helps cool down the walls protecting from the heat.
The leaves and berries are poisonous, consuming these could result in you falling into a coma. They are toxic to most animals including dogs and cats.
Highly toxic to all animals, including cats, dogs and humans. If swallowed or eaten causes side effects such as:
Grows in Europe or Siberia, hence is adaptive to the atmosphere. If you wish to grow it in your garden, be careful and make sure to isolate it from people and pets. It is widely spread and used in medicine and pharmaceutical companies for meds relieving toothache, stomach pain and more.
It is also a wild flower most commonly tall and its petals are all white. The sap is phototoxic, if it comes into contact with skin can cause:
blisters and scars;
It is advisable to keep all animals (cats and dogs) and people away when seen in nature.
Seen as a Dutch flower, grown in Syria, Turkey, Lebanon and other countries - it is one of the most fragrant flowers that can make your house smell well. Major countries that keep it growing are France and the Netherlands. You can find it mostly in purple, but white colors, rose and yellow are also an option and they all smell very strongly. To cats, dogs and humans all bulbs are extremely poisonous and can cause death.
As the Hyacinthus, this flower is also very colorful. It grows in Asia and America. It comes in white, lilac, rose and purple colors. It can always change its color! How does it do that? This flower changes its colors based on the PH changes in the soil.
If eaten it is moderately toxic and can cause side effects. In Asia, this flower is made into tea and drunk. For safety measures - keep away from cats and dogs.
The plant is always green, grows wildly and up to 2 feet tall. In large quantities it is toxic to animals and can cause damage and poison humans while having feelings of:
weakness and more.
It is to be advised to remove and throw away the wild horse nettle, if seen in your garden. Do not let cats or dogs near them, as it acts fast when in the system and causes severe poisoning.
A flower that grows in the North, Asia and Europe and North America. Mostly seen in purple and its different shades of the color, this flower is seen as a ‘dog’ with mouth and eyes. It is widely popular in yellow too. It contains certain acids that, when consumed, can have a toxic effect causing:
It is sometimes used for different purposes and some gins contain flavoring from some other Isis species. Nonetheless, this flower is not consumed by either dogs, nor cats.
This is another popular plant around Christmas. It is the “holy” plant or so called mistletoe. Its leaves are green, but it has red fruits (berries), where only the female ones have it. Used in medicine, but not consumed by dogs, cats or children, the berries on this plant can cause gastroenteritis and are toxic. If consumed, one should look for a doctor.
This plant is a popular wild growing one in Europe and Asia. It can be recognised by its color - yellow and many petals looking a little bit like daisies. It is a home of many flying species and it is an important wild one for the ecosystem and the insects. The plant is poisonous to livestock, so it should not be allowed near dogs, cats and toddlers as it can cause:
toxic contamination to DNA;
In the UK it has been voted to be one of the 5 flowers that should be controlled by agriculture, hence it is seen to be dangerous to other non-toxic or dangerous plants. In 2003 it also voted landlords to control its spreading.
Their bulbs look like the bulbs of a chandelier and are especially attractive when seen live. It is capable of hybrade with other plants and vegetables, thus passing its toxicity to others. If eaten in any for, this flower is extremely toxic and can cause:
cardiac poisoning, especially when consumed by grazing animals and livestock.
It is absolutely toxic to cats and dogs.
Looking after it is easy, but try having it no near any other plant and keep away from cats and dogs or toddlers.
Also known as Mountain laurel - is a white flower that many people love to grow because it's lovely white and small flower bulbs make the flower so nice. Grown in Eastern part of North America it is one of the most beautiful flowers and a combination of rose and white colors. It is a wild flower that grows around rocks and mountain areas. The greenest parts of the plant, i.e. the flowers, twigs, and pollen are all highly toxic and can cause death to animals, including horses, cats, dogs and humans. Effects of intoxication from the flower come in 6 hours where the following symptoms are seen:
watering of the eyes and nose,
coma, and eventually death.
When animals digest the flowers of the Kalmia they get gastrointestinal problems.
It is a tree that grows from Europe all the way to the Balkan countries. It has yellow flower bulbs, thus being called the ‘golden tree’. Its yellow flowers fall and every part of this plant, including the seeds, are poisonous. If on a walk you should be careful with your dog or toddler. If eaten, this Laburnum poison can cause:
The end is rarely death, but for sure it is highly advisable to be careful when on a walk. The tree is very beautiful itself.
Is a flower that grows where there is Sun shining. It has been used as an indoor plant and flowers for more than 10 days. It has white flower petals and grows wild. It can be mixed with two other types of lace flowers, but what is important here is that this one is poisonous. Keep away from cats, dogs and humans.
All green as a bush - this plant’s berries and leaves on this plant are poisonous. Usually, animals never tend to eat it, but it is extremely fatal and toxic to all humans, cats and dogs.
As the Calla Lily or Lily of the Valley, all Lilies grow in the Northern Hemisphere of the planet. Now they are seen across Europe, Asia and mostly in Japan. There are seven types of Lilies and this is a plant that people love having in their homes, growing in their gardens or using the flower for flower bouquets. All are extremely poisonous to humans and animals, and especially to cats, consuming just 2 petals can kill a cat and poison dogs. If digested, they cause:
loss of appetite;
Not all Lilies are toxic. But if a dog has eaten a toxic one it can also cause:
Non-toxic to dogs and not that dangerous to cats are the following:
- The Peruvian lily,
- Tiger lily, daylily and
- Easter lily,
Keep them out of your dog or especially cat’s reach.
This plant grows near wheat plantations. The seeds may be poisonous as they could contain temuline and loliine, but further new technologies have made it possible to not let wheat seeds and Lolium temulentum seeds mix.
It is another one of the ‘climbing’ flowers and plants. They are mostly seen on walls of houses or wrapped around trees. It has green leaves with 3 pointing angles and the flower produces dark, plack fruits like berries. The fruits and seeds of this tree are extremely poisonous. If consumed can cause:
If possible, keep away from pets and kids.
Originating from France, Greece, Italy this flower enjoys the warm climate. You might think that it produces green fruits that can be eaten, but all its fruits, leaves, seeds, and roots are extremely poisonous to cats, dogs and humans. The goats for example seem to get affected by this flower’s toxic nature, but it can poison people through its milk consumption. If on a vacation and you see the flower keep away from it.
A very common plant seen in gifts and flower bouquets. This flower is so popular because of its name and mythology. It is a fresh flower in white and yellow bulbs on green stables. The flower is mainly grown in Wales and the Netherlands. The only part of this plant that is poisonous are the bulbs. If consumed can cause:
acute abdominal pains,
nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea,
then neurological and cardiac events,
Can lead to death, if a lot of the flower is consumed by cats, dogs and other animals, as well as children
It has its name from Ancient Greece. It is a flower that grows in bushes. It is seen to grow in the Medittarenian region, Asia, Arabian peninsula. This flower and all parts of this plant are toxic, especially the leaves and stems. Keep away from children, dogs and cats, as they can poison them, if a lot of the flower has been consumed. it can cause mild toxic reaction as:
slow cardiac beat;
This flower grows in Asia, India and Italy. It is of these white flowers that can be mistaken for others. They grow wild. The stems and roots of this plant are poisonous.
Grown and seen in Japan, this is an interesting plant combining many colors. It is a blue passion flower with edible fruits. Its flowers are blue to white with brown stripes. The red fruits inside the orange capsule are edible, but blant. The leaves of this plant contain cyanide and might be poisonous. Do not consume without the advice of a specialist.
Grows in South Africa, this is mainly a bush that can be mistaken for parsley’s leaves. All parts are poisonous and extremely toxic and touching it can cause blistering.
Strange looking plant that grows in Africa and is tropical. If ever seen, do not mistake it with red beans, some beans can also be brown. It might attract cats or dogs, or even humans, if not knowing how poisonous it is. If eaten, the beans can cause death. Only the seeds/beans are poisonous and affect the nervous system by:
loss of control over the bladder and bowels,
and eventually loss of control over the respiratory system
If you see the plant, never eat it.
This plant is a tree and has froots looking like berries or grapes. It grows in North or South America, Asia and has around 35 species. Roots, leaves and berries are all high in toxins and can cause severe damage to dogs, cats and humans, if eaten.
Beautiful white plant with white five petals and yellow in the center of the flower. They are very fragrant, but mostly during night times, hence they try to attract bees to pollinate them. It is seen mostly in Brazil, Mexico, Carribean and Central america. If you have decided to look after one or try to have one, while on a vacation - keep in mind that the milky latex this flower has is sticky and can cause irritation to the eyes and skin. To cats and dogs can cause:
They are mildly poisonous, but keep away from your pets and look for a vet, if flowers are digested.
It is a simple plant and flower that grows in different parts of the world. It is wild and seen in nature. It’s green leaves are poisonous, but the yellow fruit of the flower might be consumed, but also mildly toxic. Some people say that the yellow flower can be made into a jam. Can cause severe digestive upset when consumed.
Also known as Euphorbia pulcherrima - is one of the most desirable plants around Christmas. Everyone is buying and giving that red Christmas flower to their loved ones, but sadly do they know its name or origins. It grows in Mexico and Central America. It flowers mainly from September to March, when it has to be taken in a dark, dry place and gets all green. The flower does not cause any side effects when touched and is mildly toxic.
If eaten it can cause:
Keep away from children or pets.
Grows in the subtropical areas of the World. Highly poisonous and carcinogenic. When consumed this is carcinogenic to both humans and animals. Never let dogs and cats consume it.
One of the most desired flowers grown by gardeners. There are around 600 species. They flower in spring and love the warm atmosphere. Usually, the flower is yellow with five petals. This flower might look like a rose when cultivated in one very popular species of these 600 and it looks like a coiled rose. These flowers are poisonous when eaten. They are toxic to cats, dogs and humans. They are not preferred by animals hence their acrid taste. If eaten they can cause:
colic, and severe blistering of the mouth,
mucous membranes and gastrointestinal tract;
It can be grown in the garden, but with caution.
It is seen in East Africa and India, this flower is the source of castor oil. It does not have specific traits of color or appearance. The presence of ricin in the raw seend makes them toxic. If consumed it can cause:
burning sensation in mouth and throat,
purging and bloody diarrhea;
If not treated, it can cause death in 5 to 6 days. It is toxic to cats and dogs.
The seeds of this plant are poisonous, but the poison can be extracted in order to produce castor oil.
It is a plant seen in Asia and North America. This is a mountain flower adn is the national flower of Nepal. It is mostly seen in purple and rose. All parts are poisonous, but the effects are rarely fatal.
43. Robinia pseudoacacia - is a tree with white flowers mostly seen in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. The leaves are different, but mainly green. The flowers are seen in different colors as white, yellow, pink and green. The bark, leaves, and wood are toxic to both humans and livestock including dogs and cats. The symptoms occur an hour after consumption.
This flower is also known as elderberry. When the fruits are growing and flowers, they are all white with several tiny petals. When fully grown, the flower has its fruits of an intensive blue-purple color. The roots of this plant are poisonous causing digestive discomfort when ingested. If cooked, some people say that the berries are non-poisonous, but if eaten uncooked can cause:
Some pets might try to eat the fruits. It is advisable to keep them away from it, as it may cause intoxication and discomfort and you should immediately look for a vet.
It is found in South and Central America, even though it has a worldwide distribution nowadays. It can take different forms of a tree, plant, flower, herbs. Some flowers are highly toxic to dogs, cats and humans, but others, as said previously, are used as food. Such as: tomatoes, eggplants, chilli peppers and others.
Seen in Europe, Asia and North America, this flower or a bush grows wild. It has green leaves and is stable, but red, mini- tomato look like berries. The berries attract different animals and can attract kids' attention. All parts are poisonous but are rarely fatal. Keep away from dogs and cats.
All parts of the plant except the ripe fruit are toxic.
All parts are poisonous and are occasionally fatal.
Causes skin inflammation.
A flower of the nightshade family - is seen grow in Central America and is highly poisonous. It grows wildly and is not commonly seen. If consumed, mostly smoked by humans, it can cause:
Never let anyone consume the plant.
Mostly seen in South-East Asia, it is a medium sized flower or tree with green leaves and white petal flowers. It is highly poisonous and toxic. When consumed the seeds usually kill an adult within three hours.
It is an evergreen tree with red flowers /fruit seen in Europe, Asia and Africa. Several people have committed suicide by eating the leaves and seeds of this plant. This plant is deadly and toxic, if either the leaves or flowers/plants are consumed.
All parts of these plants contain an irritant that causes blisters and rashes, sometimes causing infections. This is an allergen rather than a poison so will only affect certain people. It has several species and most of them are all poisonous to dogs and cats and toxic to people.
It is a green plant with little spines on every leaf end, which sting.This stinging plant can cause a painful sting lasting several days. If tried, a human, dog or a cat will not be able to consume it, hence its stinging nature.
A wild flower seen to grow in Europe, Asia, and North America. The plant has purple, yellow or white petals and flower bulbs are extremely deadly. All parts of the plant are poisonous, especially the root. Can cause
rapid cardiac failure and
if ingested to all humans, cats, dogs and animals.
It is one of the most beautiful flowers mostly seen in purple. It is a “climbing” flower and used for decoration of walls. It produces seeds, which are extremely poisonous. They are not deadly, but easily eaten by dogs or cats, when seeds have fallen from the flower. If consumed it can cause:
If you have small children or dogs and cats, try teaching them not to eat the flower, as all parts are known to be toxic.
This plant can be poisonous to livestock, causing death. The seedlings and seeds are particularly toxic.
It is seen to grow in the south-western countries of North America and is the flower of South Carolina. It is yellow in colors with trumpet shaped petals/flower bulbs. All parts of the flower are toxic and can cause skin irritations. If consumed by your cats or dogs it will cause:
decreased respiratory rate and
Might cause difficulty breathing and eventually death.
An extremely popular indoor plant or outdoor one. It is widely used for flower decorations and bouquets. Most popular species is white with yellow spadix. If you have small children, cats or dogs you should keep these flowers away from all of them. All parts of these plants contain calcium oxalate which are toxic and can be fatal. If touched, it can cause:
local irritation or a burning sensation in the mouth and
occasionally vomiting and
Non - toxic flowers safe for humans and pet-friendly to dogs and cats
There are several non-toxic and pet friendly plants and flowers for both cats and dogs, respectively humans too. If living in a big house, where you wish to have a lot of plants decorating your interior, but cannot constantly keep an eye on your dog or cat - having pet friendly flowers and plants is now safe and possible. You just have to choose the right flowers for your home and way of living. We have provided a short list with names and picture of all flowers that are both dog and cat friendly;
These are some of the most preffered, star typed and daisy-like flowers called the Aster flowers. They are non-toxic and pet friendly to all humans, dogs and cats. You can now safely send and receive bouquets of flowers with Aster blooms or why not plant them in your garden? Since their species and other Aster flowers from their family (around 180 species) are non-toxic you can happily grow them in your home or garden and let your dogs and cats run around.
This flower is non-toxic to dogs, but is a little poisonous to cats. If you receive bouquets with flowers of the Alstroemeria type, be careful with your cat being around it! It can cause your cats: skin irritations and vomiting the least! You should also be careful while having the flower around children and dogs. Even though it is listed as non-toxic flower, it is listed in some as a toxic one.
These beautiful, green flowers are safe, non-toxic and pet friendly! Yes, you can grow your own violets in your home, decorate it without having to think if your dog, cat or child will get poisoned. You can give as a gift violets to families with newborn children and pets.
The flower of flames and fire, this beautiful Celosia flowers is non-toxic to cats, dogs and people. It is also considered one of the edible flowers list. Most cat owners fill their homes with Celosia flowers, hence the safety reasons. If consumed by your cat or dog, it will most likely have a unplesand and bitter taste. Not to worry - it will pass soon.
The second non-toxic flower is the beautiful Coreopsis, which not only non-toxic to people, but pet friendly to all kinds of animals including the cats, dogs, horses and birds. You can always choose to send a bouquet of Coreopsis to a friend of your, who is living the suburbs and has animals and young children. Some partf of the Coreopsis are also thought to be edible and also made into tea.
Depending on the specific species, some daisies can be quite toxic to cats*! Always ask florists when buying Daisies, if they are pet friendly to cats. Most species are thought to be deadly. Buy with CAUTION ! Ask florists if they are toxic to pets and people, because there are too many daisy - like species that can do no harm, but others might cause death, if consumed.
This flower is a great pet friendly and non-toxic plant for your home and garden. With its colorful and interesting bulbs, it will surely tranform the vibe in your home or garden. You can plant and look after the Grape Hyacinth with love, patience and happyness that even, if your dog, cat or child decides to play with it and taste it - they will still be safe.
If you have always wished to have that green, zen-like plants that look like aloe, but are not quite it, then you can always buy the Haworthia plant. It is a pet safe, friendlt and non toxic plant to cats and dogs. You can enjoy some greenery in your house and leave your cats, dogs and children unnatended.
The popular Marigold flowers is considered to be non-toxic. It is, however, known that it can cause some unplesant side effects, if eated, such as:
- skin irritation;
- mouth irritation;
Regardelss of the unpleasant irritations, the Marigolds are listed as non-toxic in the ASPCA as non-toxic to cats and dogs. However, there are several species that might be toxic to some pets. When buying Marigolds, always ask the florists for more information on the species and its pet-frendlyness.
Orchids are one of the most preffered wedding or Woman's day flowers. It is vivasious and exotic, but most Orchid typed flowers are non-toxic and not poisonous to cats or dogs. However, there are several species that are toxic and poisonous to animals and children. For caution and safety measures, keep any kind of Orchid away from children.
This colorful and tasty flowers is listed as non-toxic for dogs and could not be found as poisonous in the list for the poisonous flowers for cats in the ASPCA. Reagrdless of the non-toxic nature to pets, pansies might be toxic to people. You should also buy, send and receive flower deliveries with Pansies with caution. If you have the chance to grow this plant, where children and cats cat consume it - better choose another non-toxic flower that is proven to be safe.
These beautiful and modern flowers are the best choice for your outdoor home and terrace decorations. They come in many variaties of colors and are one of the most pet friendly and non-toxic to all cats, dogs, horses and humans. You can freely order your petunia flowers or send them as a gift to someone with animals or children.
Roses are one of the most loved, popular and preffered flower for many occasions such as: Valentine's day, Mother's day, Birthday flowers, Anniversary flowers and more. It is great to have roses around your house, because they are non-toxic and pet friendly to dogs, cats, horses and people. They are one of the most beautiful flower and the lucky enough non-toxic.
Snapfragos are bold and beautiful flowers with interesting bulbs and come in so many colors! Many people call this flower the "rocket" flower. They are also one of the most pet friendly and non-toxic plants for your home and you can grow them safetly in your garden.
Some people have considered Sunflowers as toxic, but they are non-toxic and safe to humans, but also petfriendly to dogs, cats and horses. They are the beautiful Sun that one can only enjoy the Sunshines in their home with a bouquet of Sunflowers. Send and receive this happy blossom without doubt that it will do any harm to your loved children or pets at home.
Spider plants are the greenery every home needs. It is, however a fact that many people do not know, if the sider plants are dangerous to their environment. There are numerous studies conducted and the Spi&