Cat Friendly Plants
There are many types of plants which can be used for your garden. You may choose any type of plant from the list below.
All these plants have been chosen because they are safe for cats and other animals to live in your garden. If you want to use some kind of poisonous or toxic plants then please do not worry about it since there are plenty of poisonous plants available at home too.
Roses are one of the most popular types of plants in the world. They make beautiful gardens and give off lovely scent when blooming.
Roses are easy to grow and provide a pleasant fragrance to your garden. There are several varieties of roses which can be grown indoors, but roses best suited for indoor gardening would be daffodils, hydrangeas, lilies and tulips.
Tulips are another popular flower which can be grown in your garden. They are very pretty and produce a nice aroma when blooming.
Tulip bulbs are also known as “bulb” bulbs since they contain bulb shaped flowers rather than individual blossoms. These bulbs can be planted inside or outside and will bloom in springtime.
Sunflowers are a popular choice for growing outdoors. These flowers grow to be very large and produce a nice yellow color.
You can choose to have your sunflowers bloom in the summer or fall. They will provide a lovely yellow color to your garden and are very easy to grow.
Lavender is another popular choice for a garden plant. These plants come in many different colors and will produce a pleasant smell when blooming.
You can either grow these indoors or outdoors. They are very easy to maintain and will not require much attention.
Cacti are another popular plant which can be grown indoors. These plants come in many different shapes and sizes and some even resemble animals.
These types of plants can grow very large if they are taken care of properly. They also come in a variety of bright colors which will make your garden very interesting to look at.
Sources & references used in this article:
Catify to Satisfy: Simple Solutions for Creating a Cat-Friendly Home by J Galaxy, K Benjamin – 2015 – books.google.com
Veterinary Professionals’ Understanding of Common Feline Behavioural Problems and the Availability of “Cat Friendly” Practices in Ireland by M Goins, S Nicholson, A Hanlon – Animals, 2019 – mdpi.com
Risk factors for road traffic accidents in cats up to age 12 months that were registered between 2010 and 2013 with the UK pet cat cohort (‘Bristol Cats’) by I Newkirk – 2013 – St. Martin’s Griffin
Canine and feline enrichment in the home and kennel: a guide for practitioners by JL Wilson, TJ Gruffydd-Jones… – Veterinary …, 2017 – veterinaryrecord.bmj.com