Pets & Plants

Ellusionz(9)August 9, 2012

While searching this great forum database for ideas on what to plant in at my new house that's fragrant I can across the Ylang Ylang tree. I always check to see if things are poisonous for my dogs and I noticed that there was research done showing these plants could have a calming affect on them. Well, I work at an SPCA (we have dogs and cats) and had an idea of talking to management of maybe bringing in plants that might help with some stress of the animals (and humans having to relinquish).

So on to my question.. does anyone know of other things that can be grown, indoor or outdoor depending on what I might be able to talk them into growing, that does well in Central Florida? It'd have to be easy to care for, not poisonous and definitely not expensive (maybe we could find some people willing to donate even?!). Thanks for any advice y'all can give!

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Ellusionz(9)

Found the pet section of the forum and reposted this question there.

    Bookmark   August 12, 2012 at 6:56AM
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