A garden is a wonderful place for your pet to enjoy, discover, frolic, relax. In fact, the garden has the same purpose for your dog or cat as it does for you.

If you have a pet in your yard, be aware when putting plants in your yard. Some plants are poisonous to everyone, humans, and animals. Some plants can be specifically poisonous to your cat, your dog, or other pets.

The lists below are as complete as possible. I mention the most famous and common plants. However, the use of this list is at your own risk, and we cannot be held liable for it. There are so many types of plants and nowadays many new exotic plants can survive in everywhere. The list is also not updated.

If you notice symptoms of poisoning in your pet, such as vomiting, stomach ache, and intestinal problems, tremors, being hyperactive, feeling cold, or short of breath, always contact your vet.

Which plants are poisonous to cats?

There are several places where you can encounter poisonous plants, in your house, in nature, or in your garden. If your cat has eaten one of the plants below, fruits, flowers, leaves, or branches, go to the vet as soon as possible and take (a piece of) the poisonous plant with you.

Does your cat come home sick from a walk in the neighborhood? There are many ways to keep your cat in your yard. Read it, maybe there is a suitable option for your garden.

Poisonous garden plants for cats

  • Allamanda, Almond, Anthurium, Belladonna, Wisteria, Fallow Nut, Buxus,
  • Clematis, Clerodendrum, Honey locust, Chrysanthemum, Croton, Cyclamen, Dolik,
  • Eucalyptus, broken heart, geranium, Gloriosa, Laburnum, Scots Pine, Hydrangea,
  • Cone primrose, Lathyrus, cherry laurel, lupine, mistletoe, ergot, swamp horsetail,
  • Daffodil, oleander, orange tree, passionflower, peony, rapeseed meal, castor seeds, delphinium,
  • Celandine, tobacco, ferns, yeast, vicia, fig plant, firework plant, watershed, rue, wild chestnut, heptree,

Toxic fruits and vegetables for cats

Potato plant, Apricot, Grape, garlic family (shallot, chives, leek, garlic), tomato plant

Poisonous bulbs

Narcissus, crocus, tulip, hyacinth, bird’s milk, snowdrop, lilies, lily of the valley,

Poisonous plants

  • (wild) Columbine, Horsetail, Bolderik, Wood Anemone, Henbane, Bittersweet, Broom,
  • Christopher herb, thorn apple, marsh marigold, spotted arum, spotted hemlock,
  • Autumn lilac, Holly, Juniper, Honeysuckle, Christmas rose, Ivy, Rapeseed meal, crown herb,
  • Larch, privet, aconite, mustard, nightshades, wild ragwort, wild cardinal,
  • Horse chestnut, pepper tree, arrowwort, white hedge vine, fiber flax, Guelder rose (viburnum), ragwort, ponytail, giant hogweed,
  • Solomon seal, snakeroot, snowdrop, yew, foxglove, spurge, fir

What else is toxic to your cat?

The core of an apricot, the fruit, and the core of avocado are fruits that are poisonous to cats. The beechnuts, cocoa shells as bedding, mushrooms, mushrooms, goji berries, etc. are also poisonous.


Poisonous houseplants for pets

Poisonous houseplants for dogs, cats, and other pets

Indoor plants that are poisonous to cats and other animals:

Alocasia, Agave, Aloe Vera, Amaryllis, Aspidistra, Azalea, Calla, Caladium, Codiaem, Clivia, Cyclamen, Dieffenbachia, Dracaena, dragon ivy, ficus, broom, poinsettia, monstera, philodendron, sansevieria, schefflera, solanum, ferns, ferns,

poisonous plants for dogs

Poisonous plant for dogs

You can assume that the plants that are poisonous to cats are also poisonous to dogs. Be extra careful with the following poisonous plants, these are extremely toxic for your dog:

  • Autumn styleless
  • Pontic Rhododendron
  • Yew
  • Foxglove
  • Wonderboom
  • Mistletoe
  • Thorn apple
  • Henbane

Which plant is poisonous to rodents?

For rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, mice, degus, rats, and other small rodents, plants that are poisonous to cats and dogs also apply. Because rodents are generally smaller, less of a particular substance has major consequences. In addition to the above lists, these are other poisonous plants:

  • Adoni Rose, African, Acacia, American Chestnut, Carnations, Apple of Love, Arums, Asparagus, Aspidistra, Eggplant,
  • Begonia, berry ginster, chives, pinguin, bloodroot, farm tobacco, bolderik, beans, tree strangler, brunfelsia,
  • Cactus, caladium, cannabis, capsium, mushrooms, colocasia, conifers,
  • Dayflower, valley herb, daphne, nightshade, gorse,
  • Duckberry, pea, European trollius, flamingo plant, freesia, barley, rock rocket, common elderberry, yarrow, gladiolus,
  • Half-man, hazel root, hedge vine, vervain, ipomoea, jasmine, juniper, capuchin, crimson berry, chervil, chickpea, poppy, dogwood, garter, bead tree,
  • Lantern plant, lavender, lavender heather, privet, lentil, iris, lobelia, mahonia, maize, mans ear, marijuana, mayflower,
  • Olives, orchid, oxytropis, Easter bell, poppy, paprika plant, bird of paradise flower, umbrella plant, paternoster bean, pelargonium, pepper tree, peach, petunia, legumes, peanut, peony, podocarpus, pothos, primula, runner bean, plum, plum
  • Rhubarb, ranunculus, rhododendron, delphinium, Solomon seal, skimmia, sleeping globe, snakeroot, narrow-leaved spoon tree, snowberry, haricot bean, soybean, green bean, sporkewood, stone fruit, stiff rocket, Syngonium,
  • The tobacco plant, tamarind, wheat, truss fleece, broad bean, tung tree,
  • Arnica, false creeper, cabbage, venison, verbena, gorse, fig tree, foxglove, wing bean, fodder beet, peace lily,
  • Walnuts, windman’s herb, white hellebore, deadly nightshade, woolly snowball, sedge herb, summer adonis, sorrel.