“Today we are going to talk about plants that are safe for pets,” Greene said. “I’m a plant mom and also a cat mother, so I know a thing or two about choosing the right plants for a space with pets.”
For starters, she notes you may Train your pet to stay away from all your greens, because even if your plants aren’t toxic, the point isn’t necessarily for them to end up as a Scooby snack. To help you do so, Greene offers an easy and ingenious trick to stop the plant’s consumption of plants, including mixing a mixture that is harmless to the plant but annoying for the pet. That way, when your pet eats the tree, she will recognize that the tree has a spicy taste. “And over time, this will train your pet.”
Greene lists a few plants that are toxic to pets that you should avoid or keep out of reach of your furry friends—At least one of them is very popular nowadays. She also introduces equally photogenic safe options – including a nerve tree, gardenia, etc. – along with tips for taking care of each. To fend off pets for your plants, Press play on video.
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