To plant at your home
a list by frenzhub
Home is where the heart is & for many of us, our hearts are shared with our furry feline friends. For the green-thumbed among us, balancing the beauty of houseplants with cat safety can be tricky.
Cats appreciate olfactory experiences, so the aroma of this flowering plant can make it an intriguing addition.
Cat grass—a blend of wheat, barley, oats, or rye seeds—is non-toxic and provides an enticing nibbling option for your furry friend.
If your cat doesn’t respond to catnip, valerian root might be an exciting alternative. it has a markedly different effect on cats, stimulating playfulness.
If your cat enjoys a good chew, consider a spider plant. The long leaves of this plant seem to attract felines—perhaps due to their grass-like appearance.
Silver vine can incite a stronger reaction in cats than even catnip. Its active ingredient, nepetalactol, stimulates the reward and pleasure systems in a cat’s brain
Hoyas, with their waxy leaves and vine-like growth, offer a visually appealing, non-toxic option for your home.