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Week 12 - Cat friendly indoor planting.

Updated: Aug 24, 2019


We humans may love having a touch of greenery indoors, having indoor cats even outdoor cats, we really need to watch what we grow even though it may be beautiful and fresh the plants you choose to keep may also be poisoning your feline friend. How much do you know about the plants you are growing really?

The following plants are just a few commonly kept house plants that people keep that are toxic to cat and some are even toxic to dogs and other pets as well.

  • Aloe Vera. This is toxic to both cats and dogs

  • Amaryllis. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Arum Lily. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Asian Lily. Toxic to cats.

  • Asparagus Fern. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Azalea. Toxic to cats dogs and horses.

  • Baby's Breath. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Barbados Lily. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Begonia. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Bird of Paradise Flower. Toxic to cats dogs and horses.

  • Branching Ivy. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Caladium. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Cardboard Palm. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Carnation. Toxic to cats and dogs.

  • Ceriman. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Charming Dieffenbachia. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Chinese Jade. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Chrysanthemum. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Clivia Lily. Toxic to cats and dogs.

  • Coleus. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Corn Plant. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Cyclamen. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Daffodil. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Dahlia. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Desert Azalea. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Devils Ivy. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Dieffenbachia. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Easter Lily. Toxic to cats.

  • Everlasting Pea. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Fig. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Flamingo Flower. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Florida Beauty. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Garden Hyacinth. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Giant Dracaena. Toxic to cats.

  • Gladiola. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Hellebore. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Hosta. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Indian Hemp. (Marijuana). Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Jade Plant. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Kiss-me-quick. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Lacy Tree Philodendron. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Lily of the Valley. Toxic to cats, dogs

  • Mistletoe "American". Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Nephthytis. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Orange. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Orange Day Lily. Toxic to cats.

  • Pencil Cactus. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Poinsettia. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Primrose.Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Spring Parsley. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Stargazer Lily. Toxic to cats.

  • Sweetheart Ivy. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Taro. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Tiger Lily. Toxic to cats.

  • Tomato Plant. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Trumpet Lily. Toxic to both cats and dogs.

  • Tulip. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Water Hyacinth. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

  • Wood Lily. Toxic to cats.

  • Yucca. Toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

This is only a small list of commonly kept plants, there is a lot more to this list if you would like see that list you can do so here: Poisonous Plants List

By having furry friend we are responsible for their well being and thus we all need to take the time to research the kinds of plants that we keep around them. Having pets does not mean that you can not any beautiful greenery around your home it just means we need to be a bit more cautious when picking out our plants. There is so many beautiful plant alternatives that we can have that are not toxic to our furry friends.

Some examples include:

  • African violet

  • Bamboo(Below)


  • Boston fern

  • Bromeliads


  • Burros tail succulent

  • Cast iron plant

  • Haworthia succulents

  • Palms ( bamboo palm, parlor and ponytail )

  • Phalaenopsis orchids (Below)


  • Spider plant

Love your pet, be a responsible pet owner and do a little reading on what your growing.