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What garden flowers are safe for dogs?

Last Updated: 8th June, 2020

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Plant dog-friendly plants
They include snapdragons, Michaelmas daisies, camellias, honeysuckle, lavender, rose, sunflowers, elaeagnus, centaurea (cornflower), impatiens and calendula.

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Beside this, what flowering plants are safe for dogs?

Examples of a few plants that can be hazardous to pets if ingested include:

  • aloe vera.
  • autumn crocus*
  • azalea*
  • baby's breath.
  • begonia.
  • chrysanthemum.
  • daffodil.
  • elephant's ear.

Likewise, what plants are pet friendly? It's natural to worry that having plants might harm your pets since there are so many poisonous ones out there, but fear not!

  • Bird's nest fern.
  • Calathea rattlesnake.
  • Spider plant.
  • Parlor palm.
  • Staghorn fern.
  • Haworthia zebra.
  • Xerographica air plant.
  • Money tree.

One may also ask, what flowers are non toxic to dogs?

Before we dive into which flowers are safe for dogs and cats, these flowers are toxic to both: Baby's Breath. Azalea.

To make sure that the Bouqs that is brightening up your home is safe, here's a list of flowers that are non-toxic to dogs:

  • Orchids.
  • Celosia.
  • Rose.
  • Petunia.
  • African Violet.
  • Jasmine.
  • Pansies.
  • Sunflowers.

Which trees are safe for dogs?

Trees

  • Oleander (Nerium oleander)
  • American holly (Ilex opaca)
  • Yellow bird of paradise (Caesalpinia gilliesii)
  • Golden chain (Laburnum × watereri)
  • Oak trees (Quercus; leaves and acorns poisonous to dogs)

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