your guide to pet-friendly flowers

your guide to pet-friendly flowers

keep your furry friends safe with this guide to pet-safe flowers

Our flower bouquets are so tempting that even pets can take a liking to them – which isn’t always great for their health! If you’re sending a bouquet to someone who shares their home with a furry friend, or have your own cat or dog who can’t resist nibbling on things they shouldn’t, we’ve compiled a list of pet-friendly flowers, as well as the ones to avoid.

Celosia:

Bold, bright, beautiful and safe around cats and dogs alike.

Roses:

A romantic favourite that is loved by us all – you can be sure that this flower will win someone’s heart, as well as being a pet-safe bloom.

Sunflowers:

Who doesn’t love a cheery Sunflower? This summer time classic won’t harm your pets. Don’t forget you can always make a snack of its tasty seeds, too.

Freesia:

Uplifting? Tick. Colourful? Tick. Pet-safe? Tick. You can’t go wrong with this flower!

Snapdragon:

These tall blooms always add some interest, shape and flair to a bouquet – and best of all, they’re pet-safe, too.

Lisianthus:

Said to symbolise admiration and gratitude, this flower is ideal to send to the friend who you want to thank, especially if they share their home with any four-legged friends.

Gerbera:

These cheery flowers resemble daisies and are a winner for homes with pets as they are safe for both cats and dogs.

Kangaroo Paw:

This flower is loved for its unique and fun shape – and no need to worry about pets getting hold of it either as it has no known toxic effects.

The following flowers are considered toxic to pets:

  • Iris
  • Campanula
  • Delphinium
  • Dahlia
  • Agapanthus
  • Astrantia
  • Hypericum
  • Alstroemeria
  • Clematis
  • Chrysanthemum
  • Allium

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