Pet Friendly Blooms For You

It's a toughie when you have are a flower enthusiast and a dog mom/cat dog or anything else. Your fur babies are more than family for you and that is the gospel truth. This is why you're very peculiar when you're out buying flowers to adding a little nature into your abode. Well, then look no more, you'll find what you need here. We've curated a list of pet-friendly flowers and won't cause any harm to your fur babies.

      • Roses:

      Roses are always elegant, soul-pleasing and classic to say the least. Another great thing about them is that they are perfectly safe for dogs. Their petals are actually used as a salad topping for a nice gourmet touch. Rosehips are safe for people and dogs too. The only thing one needs to be careful about is the rose thorns. As they can be really painful, don't let your dog chew on rose branches.

      • Snapdragons:

      Are you trying a new look for your living room? Then Snapdragons are a great addition for you. Bright, boisterous snapdragons are another safe flower for dogs. So it's not only the high profile charm that is so rightfully owned by Snapdraongs, but they are also non-toxic for your pets. The safest way to grow snapdragons is from seed so you can ensure that your flowers are free of fertilizers and pesticides that are unsafe for pets.

      • Orchids:
      Orchids are the definition of beauty. They are completely phenomenal and there's no need for any validation for that. Though they can be difficult to cultivate, they are non-toxic for pets. Orchids are purchased as potted plants, and fertilizers are important to keep them in good condition. But remember, that those fertilizers can be harmful for the pets. So keep them far.
      • Gerbera Daisies:

      It's truly a blessing that these colorful classics are non-toxic for most pets. Gerbera Daisies are the epitome of being cheerful. This makes them a great gift for flower-loving dog owners. Just like sunflowers, the petals of gerbera daisies are edible. 

      • Lycianthes 

      Because Lycianthes isn't poisonous and won't harm kids, pets or curious admirers, it's suitable for any spot that meets its stringent requirements. Go grab them now.

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