Lilies are highly toxic to cats. It is safest to avoid all lilies -- both as cut flowers as part of a bouquet or as a garden plant.
Lilies are highly toxic to cats. It is safest to avoid all lilies — both as cut flowers as part of a bouquet or as a garden plant.
Question: What spring yard plants are safe — and not safe — for our pets?
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Answer: Spring in our Pacific Northwest is so beautiful. With a little careful planning, it is very easy to create a pet-safe garden. There are two main factors to consider when putting together our spring plantings:
— Which plants? Which mulch? Which fertilizers? Which bug and slug deterrents?
– What is the nature of our pet or pets? Are they chewers, eaters and sniffers?
AVOID the 10 most dangerous, most toxic plants: