I don't have any plants now, but when I did I had #4. I can't remember what it was called, but it was easy to grow. I like your blog look. It's been 3 months since I've blogged and I wanted a change. Looks like we both like yellow!
Thanks! I paid a friend to do it since I lack serious graphic design skills lol
I knew plants were good for the environment but I hadn't heard of thier detoxifying properties. Thanks for sharing :) Carol from Swap-bot Follow Me #13
Number 4 is a spider plant. Very easy to grow & they send out shoots with "baby" plants so it's easy to have multiple plants without breaking the budget. I don't know if they're toxic, but I doubt it. They grow in hanging baskets so they're generally out of the reach of dogs; my dogs have never bothered them, even when I've had a pot sitting on the floor. My cats have batted at the hanging baby plants and torn them off the shoots, then batted them across the floor, but have never shown an interest in earring them.Connie from Swap-Bot, Follow Me #13
I just wrote a long comment but it seems to have disappeared. Number 4 is a spider plant. They are very easy to grow and reproduce easily, making "baby" plants on shoots. I don't think they're toxic. My dogs have always left them alone, even if I've had the pot sitting on the floor (they're grown in hanging baskets). My cats had no interest in eating them but they did enjoy batting at the baby plants, breaking them off the shoots and batting them across the floor.Connie from Swap-Bot, Follow Me #13