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    Indoor Plants (Pet Friendly Plants For Sale)
    If you’re a pet mom or dad, you know just how important it is to consider pet safety when you’re purchasing your plants. Although some plants are toxic to your furry friends, there are many that have been tested and deemed safe over time by ASPCA. We’ll cover in more detail a shortlist of pet-safe house plants we recommend if you’re looking to add greenery to your space. Although most of these houseplants are considered pet-safe, we don’t encourage your pet to nibble on these indoor plants as they can cause discomfort.
    At Neverland, we pride ourselves on helping you find the right pet-safe plants. You can filter through any search for non-toxic plants for both your cats and dogs. If you’re not sure about a plant you’re interested in purchasing, don’t hesitate to reach out to us and we’ll help.
    Below is a short-list of our most popular houseplants for pet owners as well as beginners. This is not an exhaustive list, but we hope to bring you one step closer to finding the right plants for you.

    Peperomias

    Peperomias are a great option for pet parents. Peperomias includes hundreds of varieties and they are primarily grown for their foliage. A few popular varieties include Watermelon Peperomia, Peperomia Rosso, Peperomia Ginny, Peperomia Obtusifolia, Peperomia Prostata.

    Calatheas

    Calathea is a genus of plants commonly grown for their foliage which comes in a dazzling array of colors, textures, and shapes. They are also commonly known as prayer plants, peacock plants, or rattlesnake plants. They are also known for their leaf movement which is aligned with the circadian rhythm, so you’ll see their leaves move up and down throughout the day.
    Calatheas are generally finicky to care for due to their water and humidity requirements. Their soil needs to be consistently moist without being soggy and they have high humidity needs. They thrive best in moderate to bright diffused sunlight. With proper care, they’ll reward you with beautiful foliage.

    African Violet

    If you’re looking for a colorful, blooming option that’s also pet-friendly, then African Violet (Saintpaulia ionantha) is a great option. These low-growing, small plants can bloom several times a year and come in a dazzling variety of colors and leaf shapes. Similar to orchids, African violets have a reputation for being difficult to grow, but with proper care, these slow-growing houseplants can become one of your best centerpieces. They prefer to grow in well-draining, but consistently moist soil in partial sunlight (bright, indirect light).

    Boston Fern

    Boston Fern (Nephrolepis exaltata), commonly known as a Sword Fern is a popular fern species native to tropical areas around the globe. When grown indoors, Boston Ferns are added as accents to spaces giving them a classic 70’s look.
    They grow sword-shaped, blue-green foliage sprouting tiny leaflets and growing erect arching only as fronds grow larger. These ferns are also slow growers, so you’ll want to invest into a large fern if you’re looking to fill a large space.

    Bromeliads

    Bromeliads are exciting choices due to their variety of bold colors and tropical appearance. They are low-maintenance plants that add texture and character to a living space. Although most don’t know this, air plants and pineapple plants belong to the bromeliad family! Bromeliads are prized for their thick, glossy foliage stemming from a central rosette.
    As bromeliads mature, they produce flowers with a gorgeous variety of dramatic colors from pink, red, to yellow. They prefer consistently moist soil and bright indirect light to thrive.

    Money Tree

    Money Tree (Pachira aquatica) is grown for it’s unique look and good fortune meaning in feng shui. They are typically sold with braided trunks and produce glossy, evergreen, hand shaped leaves. They can also be grown as bonsais and are generally low maintenance, adapting to most light, soil, and water conditions. They prefer to grow in bright indirect sunlight and need consistently moist soil. 

    Ponytail Palm

    Ponytail Palm (Beaucarnea recurvata, Nolina recurvata) is not a true palm, although it looks like one. Ponytail palm is actually a succulent meaning its drought tolerant unlike other types of palms like Cat Palm or Parlor palm. Ponytail palm thrives best in full sun and has low watering needs. 

    Areca Palm

    If you’d like to add a tropical feel to your space while maintaining a pet-safe environment, then look no further than the Areca Palm (Dypsis lutescens). Native to Madagascar, Areca Palms grow in tall, clumping palms reminiscent of bamboo.
    When grown outdoors, they can be used as privacy screens while when grown indoors, they make for a great option for well-lit to moderately lit corners or to line hallways or create separators in large spaces.
    They are grown best in well-draining soil and thrive in moderate to bright indirect light. These palms are low maintenance and won’t require much trimming or pruning, although you may want to remove a dying frond every once in a while.

    Bird’s Nest Fern

    Bird’s Nest Fern (Asplenium nidus) is an easy-care fern growing a series of spoon-shaped, green fronds that arise from a natural rosette. These ferns can grow up to 5 feet long making mature birds nest ferns a great option to fill space and corners. However, keep in mind that this variety is slow growing.
    They prefer to grow in moderate sunlight to shade making them a great low-light option. Grow them in loamy, well-draining soil in a pot with drainage holes. If you live in USDA zones 11-12, you can grow them outdoors on your patio year-round.

    Parlor Palm

    Parlor Palm (Chamaedorea elegans) is a great alternative to the Areca Palm for adding a tropical feel to your room. This indoor palm grows in attractive clumps with lightly textured trunks. Their fronds are a popular choice in flower arrangements and wreaths because their leaves can survive for over a month after being cut from the plant.
    They are, however, slow growers taking a couple of years to reach their full maturity of anywhere between 3-6 feet tall indoors. They prefer to grow in bright, indirect light in well-draining soil. 

    Polka Dot Plant

    Polka Dot Plant (Hypoestes phyllostachya) is a beautiful foliage houseplant with variegated leaves that make it stand out from most other plants. Popular varieties of this plant feature green leave with mottled pink or white spots. Like other plants on this list, Polka dot plants are easy to grow and have a moderate growth rate.
    They are compact plants even at maturity making them solid options for shelves, office tables, hanging baskets, terrariums, or coffee tables. They thrive best in moderate sun exposure when planted in well-drained soil.

    Chinese Money Plant

    Chinese Money Plant (Pilea peperomioides) is one of the most popular houseplants and is commonly referred to as friendship plant or UFO plant. Pileas are grown for their unique foliage. UFO plant produces coin-shaped foliage off of a main, woody-looking stem. They prefer to grow in bright, indirect light and in well-draining soil. Make sure to plant them in containers with drainage holes.

    Rattlesnake Plant

    Rattlesnake plant (Goeppertia insignis) is also primarily grown for its distinct foliage. As the plant grows, its leaves create a wavy pattern along the edges with variegated shades of greens. They also have eye-catching under foliage with shades of deep purple-red.
    These plants are compact at maturity growing up to 1.5-2 feet tall. Rattlesnake plants can be finicky because they require consistently moist soil. These plants prefer to grow in moderate sunlight but can tolerate some shade. 

    Staghorn Fern

    Staghorn Ferns are a great option for pet owners and they add a unique look due to their deer or elk-like appearance. Since Staghorn Ferns are epiphytic, they can be grown atop of mediums such as wood blocks making them unique interior design decorations.
    They can be difficult to grow because they require frequent watering, especially during the summer months. They prefer to grow in indirect sunlight, but can also tolerate partial shade.
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