Whether it’s inside your home or outside in your garden, there are certain plants to stay far away from if you have pets. The team at ProFlowers put together a big list of 199 plants to be cautious of, and we wanted to share it with you!

While plants and flowers are a great way to decorate, not every plant is safe for your home. We know poison oak shouldn’t be touched, and to keep poinsettias away from our pets, but did you know some of your favorite blooms may have toxic properties as well?

It’s important to err on the side of caution and educate yourself on the harmful effects a poisonous plant or flower can have. Common flowers like heathers, foxgloves and even some of the blooms on our site can have toxic properties. But with ProFlowers, you won’t go without knowing if a plant is poisonous or not. Our packaging includes information on plants and flowers that may be potentially unsafe if ingested.

To help you get a better understanding, we’ve rounded up a list of almost 200 common poisonous plants so you can be sure you’re picking the safest options. Most of these plants are safe to grow and keep in your home but should be avoided if you’re concerned of accidental ingestion from a hungry pet or curious child. Browse through the list of plant names and make sure no one in your home is at risk.

See all 199 plants on the ProFlowers site by clicking here.

Need an appointment? Have questions?

The Oakland Animal Hospital is here to help! Contact us today.