10 Household Flowers and Plants That Can be Dangerous for Pets

1. Daffodil: With their sunny disposition, daffodils have a way of bringing the freshness of spring indoors. 

2. Lavender: Purity, devotion, serenity, and calmness. These are just a few feelings deeply ingrained in how lavender touches our lives.

3. Chrysanthemum: Chrysanthemums, or ‘mums’ as we often call them–are those pretty flowers that line your porch every time autumn rolls around.

4. Lemongrass: Lemongrass is a versatile botanical powerhouse that gives off a refreshing citrus aroma. 

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5. Amaryllis: The Amaryllis is rooted in Greek legend and embodies determination and strength while adding a naturally beautiful touch to most living spaces.

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6. Fern Palm: Anything that connects me to the dinosaurs is cool in our book, and the Fern Palm brings the Jurassic Era into our homes.

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7. Geranium: Geraniums are a familiar sight on balconies and have found a special place in the hearts of the Swiss.

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8. Chives: Growing chives in your home is a smart move for your wallet and a great way to boost your green thumb confidence.

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9. Iron Cross Begonia: The Iron Cross Begonia brings a touch of the exotic to your indoor garden.

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10. Iris: The Greek goddess Iris traversed the heavens and earth, leaving a trail of colorful flowers in her wake.

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