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
Lantanas are wonderfully heavy bloomers that are often prized additions to floral gardens and commonly grown indoors. The genus Lantana has around 150 individual species, plus numerous hybrids and cultivars.
The Crinum genus contains approximately 105 (formerly 180) different species, most commonly referred to as swamp lilies and spider lilies. Many, such as Crinum asiaticum, have become popular fixtures in
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,
Are Hibiscus plants safe for dogs? The bright, radiant colors of your Hibiscus may attract your dog. They may ingest the plant and most of the time, that should not be a problem. But they may experience nausea… [DETAILS]
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
The flapjack plant or Kalanchoe thyrsiflora (kal-un-KOH-ee thur-SEE-flor-uh) is a succulent from the Crassulaceae family. Flapjacks are native to Africa, specifically Botswana, South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland. The Kalanchoe thyrsiflora