We mentioned in a previous post that they are, but that doesn’t mean you have to forego the beautiful flower this holiday season.

The Pet Poison Helpline shares that they are not as poisonous as they are made out to be. You can read more about that here.

This is good news if your pet happens to get into the plants, but obviously we want to prevent that.

If you are going to bring the plant into your home, you will want to make the plant inaccessible to your pets as much as possible. This may mean placing the plant up high on top of book shelves or encased in a wire basket.

There can be middle ground when decorating your home with these plants, just be sure to be conscious of animal accessibility!