When your pets are your family, keeping them safe is your top priority. Hence , it is important for you to think twice before you bring home any indoor plants. Choosing pet friendly indoor plants, then would be a wise decision if you are both a pet and a plant lover.
Or, if you know of one who is, this is a perfect month to give them the gift of love, and celebrate their green thumb together. What say?
Indoor house plants bring life and purify the air we breathe. In these cold days of winter, when cracking the window open is a rarity, and you are looking for decorating your home interiors ,these pet friendly plants sure are a must in your indoor plant collection.
These plants survive in bright or low light, perfect for windowsills & humid spaces indoors.They also are a perfect beginners collection
Nontoxic plants are a great way to add color and texture to your home decor while keeping your furry friends safe.
Here is a list of 10 different indoor houseplants which are pet friendly, for you to choose from.
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Pet Friendly Indoor Plants
- easy plant to grow
- grows in semi-shady to partial direct sun
- purifies air
- can re-pot the spiderettes/baby spider plants
- low growing, flat leafed plant
- leaves are decorative & beautiful
- come in 3 colors, green, velvety yellow & red veined
- grows in bright indirect sunlight on a windowsill
- cheeriest foliage plant around
- red, pink, or white leaves marked with splashes of dark green
- grows fairly well on low light, though not for extended periods
- mix up the polka dot colors for a fun look indoors
- easy to grow indoors, stay in bloom longer
- perfect behind curtains or window blinds
- love humidity and minimal light
- water every 7 days for a 6 inch pot
- Coffee grounds are an excellent organic fertilizer for orchids
- can grow both in water and soil
- grows well in bright light, tolerates low light
- easiest house plant to grow
- Three stalks bring three kinds of luck: happiness, long life, and wealth.
- Depending on the species of palm some need direct or indirect sunlight
- choose a fast-draining, yet moisture-retentive potting mix designed for container growing
- Water several times a week
- Application of epsom salts is shown to grow healthy green fronds
- in-house, low maintenance, stately green tree plants
- have large deep green leaves
- A sunny spot shielded by a sheer curtain provides the perfect bright spot for these plans to grow indoors
- Pruning in spring or summer is best followed by repotting them allow the plant to grow
- common indoor plant native to Tanzania
- Moderate to bright, indirect, indoor light.
- Keep soil moist to dry, and allow soil around roots to dry out before watering to encourage blooming
- Pinch off spent blossoms and blossom stems to encourage development of new blooms
- Most ferns do well in part shade or dappled sunlight
- Shade loving ferns appreciate an organic, evenly moist, well drained soil.
- The leaves of ferns are often called fronds. Fronds are usually composed of a leafy blade and petiole (leaf stalk)
- Their love of moist air makes ferns perfect houseplants for bright bathrooms or kitchens
Here is proof that all you need is a green thumb and a desire to grow plants indoors, you can do so beautifully. Watch one of my favorite shows Garden Up, here, where this garden enthusiast teaches all about how to grow indoor plants and beautify your home. With a little love and care, it brings oodles of joy to one.
The Bottom Line
Are you ready to get started with your own indoor plants this winter? The ache to see some greenery is there in all of us, this winter, what better time to start a new hobby than now? Know someone who loves plants ? Gift them an indoor plant during this month of love and watch then glow!
Hope our blogpost on Growing Indoor Plants will motivate you to do just that, this winter. Share in the comments below which one of the plant suggestion you love the best.
If you are already an indoor plant gardener, please feel free to share some helpful tips with the rest of the community here, so we may all benefit from it.
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