Today we’re talking about something that a lot of people don’t know which plants are poisonous for cats and dogs. It sounds like an easy question but there’s actually a lot more than you might think.

Houseplants are a great way to bring the outdoors into your home. Not only do they look great, but they also provide a host of benefits including fresh air and improved indoor air quality.

Is Your Houseplant Poisonous?

One easy way to tell is to look for any warning labels that may be on the pot or plant itself.

Toxicity of House Plants

Different poisonous houseplants have different levels of toxicity. Some plants may cause skin irritation while others can be poisonous when ingested.

The effects of poisonous houseplants on humans depend on the amount of plant material consumed, the age and health condition of the person, and how quickly help is sought.

Here are 3 precautions to take around poisonous houseplants:

1. Don’t allow pets to lick. 2. Don’t allow babies or young children to play. 3. Place the poisonous plants out of reach.

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