Thinking about adding a small indoor plant into your home? Before you head to your local greenhouse, it’s important to know which plants are not only easy to care for (read: plants that are easy to keep alive) but also safe for cats and dogs.
No solution is foolproof, but there are ways to make it much harder for your cat to ruin your plants. If you're tired of seeing your greenery shredded and soiled, no pun intended, give some of these tips a try. #Cats #Catlady | How to Keep Cats Out of House Plants from #LoveToKnow
So many of us battle with our feline friends over the houseplants we’d rather they not eat. Ever wonder what plants you can grow specifically for cats? There are the obvious ones that I’m sure we can all name, but there are some less known plants that will make your kitty very happy.1. Cat Grass (dactylis glomerata)- this is an obvious one, but why spend $4 – $6 a pop at the store when you can grow it yourself?
If you have windowsill planters and own cats, there’s a good chance your feline friends have helped themselves to some of your herbs. While this might seem harmless, not all plants are cat-friendly. Some plants are also highly toxic and potentially fatal. If you’re looking for cat-friendly plants for your windowsill planters, here are five excellent options. #cats #nature #plants #houseplants #garden