Daffodils (aka Narcissus, Paper White, or Jonquil) contain the toxin, lycorine, and calcium oxalate crystals, and they are definitely toxic to cats, dogs, livestock, and people. Luckily, these members of
Cast iron plants (Aspidistra) are an amazing little group of plants. Consisting mainly of Aspidistra elatior (ass-pi-DIS-truh ee-LAY-tee-or) and its cultivars, cast iron plants also include cultivars of Aspidistra lurida
Zamioculcas Zamiifolia (zam-ee-oh-KUL-kass zam-ee-FOH-lee-uh) is a rugged, popular houseplant that is an excellent choice for negligent indoor gardeners with less-than-perfect plant conditions. This plant is also known as: Zanzibar Gem
Many people have concerns about whether bromeliad plants are toxic to cats. We’re here to help answer this question. Bromeliads are tropical plants, popular for their unique foliage, resilience, adaptability,
Peperomia (pep-er-ROH-mee-uh) is a massive group of over 1,000 species and cultivars from the Piperaceae family. These tropical plants come from tropical portions of Asia, Africa, and Central and South
Geranium sanguineum [jer-AY-nee-um, san-GWIN-ee-um] is a clump-forming herbaceous perennial native to Asia, northern Turkey, and Europe. This member of the Geraniaceae family has become very popular in the United States.
Coleus [KO-lee-us] plants are known for their slender leaves with bright colored markings. People commonly grow these tropical low-maintenance plants, but are they safe? Is coleus toxic to cats, dogs, and