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Non-Toxic Plants for Curious Kids and Furry Friends

You can now finally let go of the worry and navigate our beloved Non-Toxic Plant Collection! Created to be your trusted place for the best Pet Friendly and Safe for Kids Plant Finds. Read More

Non-Toxic Plants for Curious Kids and Furry Friends

Boston Fern cascading hanging plantGreen Lady hanging indoor plant
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Boston Fern

Calathea 'Amagris' -Tropical Patterned plant Calathea amagris - Intricate tropical plant
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Calathea 'Amagris'

Calathea 'Ctenanthe' Plant- Striking Patterns in Oval foliageRare Tropical Plant Calathea Ctenanthe - Patterned oval Beauty
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Calathea 'Ctenanthe'

Calathea 'Bluegrass' Plant - Fuzzy  FoliageCalathea Bluegrass Plant - Tropical Fun
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Calathea 'Bluegrass'

Bamboo Orchid 'Apollon' | Dendrobium Nobile - Bloombox ClubWhite Orchid Bamboo delivery
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Bamboo Orchid 'Apollon'


Staghorn Fern

Exotic pineapple 'Champaca' Plant deliveryPineapple fruit plant  'Champaca' online delivery
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Pineapple 'Champaca'

Calathea Rattlesnake plant - Striking Patterns and Graceful FoliageCalathea Rattlesnake foliage - Intriguing Leaf Design
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Calathea Rattlesnake

Sweetheart Succulent - Tiny Love in a PotHoya Kerrii Sweetheart Succulent
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Sweetheart Succulent

Mini Parlour Palm - Small Tropical Plants Parlour Palm -Miniature green cascade
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Mini Parlour Palm

Money Tree | Pachira Aquatica - Bloombox Clubfeng shui Luck plant - Money Tree for Positive environment
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Ponytail Palm 27cmPonytail Palm lights detail
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rare zig zag cactus plant - fun indoor gardenrare houseplant online - Zig Zag Cactus
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Fishbone Cactus


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Select your favourite safe plants by sizes, room type, light levels and price, we will deliver them safely to your door!

Pet Friendly and Safe for Kids Plants -  FAQ

Which Houseplants Are Pet-Friendly and safe for Kids?

Phalaenopsis Orchid 'Cosy Candy'

Bunny-eared leaves and butterfly-shaped flowers give this orchid its uniqueness. This plant makes an excellent gift! They’re also easy to care for, which means they can be house-warming gifts!

Phalaenopsis 'Popcorn'

It’s easy to see why this plant gets its nickname! White, fluffy-ish exterior with a yellow-centred bloom, the Phalaenopsis 'Popcorn' symbolises innocence, peace, and purity.

Calathea Maui & Sandstorm Pot

The Calathea Maui has dark green leaves that have a purple belly! It also has a distinctively white feathery pattern in the middle of its leaves. It’s pretty and, most importantly, pet-friendly!

Parlour Palm

This plant has multiple arching stems and pinnate leaves. The Parlour Palm has been a prominent piece of greenery in many homes since the Victorian era. It’s lush, it’s green, it’s the parlour palm!

Boston Fern

Aside from being pet-friendly, the Boston Fern also has air-purifying properties. Its elegant and flowing leaves look great hanging high or on a shelf. It can bring a pop of green to kitchens and bathrooms, too!

Pygmy Pineapple 'Amigo' & Sweetpea Pot

A pineapple inside your home? It’s possible - especially when you get a Pygmy Pineapple 'Amigo'! These are smaller than what you’ll find in the supermarket, so let’s manage our expectations. Once the pineapple drops, you can re-pot it so that it can grow into a new plant!

What Are The Advantages Of Having Pet-Friendly Plants?

The main advantage of having pet-friendly plants is to have one less thing to worry about in your home. It would be stressful always trying to keep your animal away from your plants. Having pet-friendly indoor plants is one little thing you can do to keep a harmonious home.

Let’s get into some benefits a little bit more, though. Plants spark creativity and can help you stay productive. That’s because plants tend to boost people’s moods and make them happy. Happy people make productive people.

Keeping plants is also therapeutic. Taking time off your day to just care for and water plants help take your mind off things and help you focus. This helps reduce stress and anxiety by allowing you to take a breather. Speaking of stress relief, no need to worry about plants harming your pets when you’ve got pet-friendly plants.

Having pet-friendly plants can create a beautiful oasis in your home. So relax, take a nap, and bask in the beauty of nature!

Are Snake Plants Pet Friendly?

They are not. Snake plants are incredibly popular and can be found in a lot of homes. That’s because they’re pretty and very easy to care for. 

Snake plants, although only slightly toxic to pets, are still toxic to pets - especially when ingested. Keep in mind that it is toxic for both cats and dogs, not just one or the other. So, train your furry friends to ignore plants in general. This will save you from all the potential worries - especially if your pets like taking strolls around town.

Are All Plants Toxic To Dogs?

Some are and some aren’t. Most of the time, ingesting the plant or its leaves is the problem. A little tap or paw here and there won’t really harm your pooch. It’s only when it accidentally chews or eats an excessive amount that it becomes a problem. 

For example, lavender. When your pups accidentally eat a little lavender, it should be no harm. If they’ve eaten a lot, take your dog to the vet!

If you’re in the market for pet-safe plants in the UK, then Bloombox Club is the place to be. We’ve categorised our portfolio and came up with a page dedicated to pet-friendly plants. Check them out!

Why Is My Dog Eating My House plants?

Dogs have been eating plants for as long as they have been domesticated. It’s a trait that’s been passed down to them from their ancestors. Dogs can be trained not to eat plants around the house, though.

Another reason why your pups might be eating plants is that they’re not full! They might still be hungry and eating plants help them fill up their bellies.

One other reason is that they’re bored! A bored pooch is a nibbly pooch. So, best to train or redirect that energy toward a toy!

Is It Safe For My Cat To Eat House Plants?

The majority of houseplants are safe for cats, however, they may cause vomiting or diarrhoea if your cat eats them (just like they might do if we scoffed them too). On top of this, there are some houseplants that are toxic for cats (this includes avocado plants, ivy, philodendrons, and lilies). 

For these reasons, it’s definitely worth checking your houseplant is cat-safe before you buy it and avoiding it if it is toxic or may cause vomiting. Alternatively, if you really love this plant putting it high up in a room that your cat never goes in is another way of keeping them safe.