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    Dog Friendly Plants That Grow Well In Denver!

    Posted May 4, 2017 By in Educational With | 5 Comments

    Here in Denver, a good rule of thumb is that plants can go into the ground after Mother’s Day. We’re just under a month away, so it’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to plant in your garden this year. If you’re a dog owner, it’s also important to think about what plants are safe for dogs to be around. 

    Here’s a List of Dog Friendly Plants that Grow Well in Denver: 

    Herbs

    • Basil
    • Cilantro
    • Lemon Balm
    • Oregano
    • Parsley
    • Rosemary

    Fruits + Vegetables

    • Acorn + Butternut squash
    • Beets
    • Strawberries
    • Watermelon
    • Zucchini/Squash

    Other Plants:

    • Bamboo
    • Buckwheat
    • Daisies
    • Holly Fern
    • Spider Plants
    • Sunflowers
    • Sword Fern
    • Tiger Lilies

    plants that are dog friendly

    Plants that are Toxic to Dogs: 

    • Aloe Vera
    • Apple Trees
    • Daffodils
    • Garlic
    • Grapes
    • Jade Plants
    • Lavender
    • Lilies
    • Nightshades (tomatoes, peppers, eggplant)
    • Onion
    • Peppermint (in large amounts)
    • Sweet Pea

    If you do decide to have any of these plants, we highly recommend that they are in an area that your dog does not have access to! For dog friendly dogscaping ideas, click here

    Note: This is not a comprehensive list, and any animal can have an allergic reaction to any plant. Click here to see the ASPCA’s list of Plants that are toxic and non-toxic to dogs! 

     

    Mindy Jarvis

    Certified Dog Trainer & Behavior Consultant / Owner of Noble Beast Dog Training

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Comments (5)

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Allison » 25. May, 2017

Can they only grow in Denver or also other part of the world?

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Mindy Jarvis » 25. May, 2017

Hi Allison! It would really depend on where in the world, but I would assume they would grow just fine in anywhere that has a similar climate to Denver. I recommend looking up dog friendly plants that are safe for whenever you live!

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Allison » 07. Jun, 2017

Thanks! Appreciate your help 🙂

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pavitra » 06. Jun, 2017

Great research, I could never think that these plants are toxic for dogs. These plants are very common around the world. Thanks for sharing such useful information.

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Mindy Jarvis » 07. Jun, 2017

Thanks for taking the time to read through our blog Pavitra!