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11 Pink House Plants to Buy Now That are Dog and Cat Safe

The best pretty pink indoor house plants to buy that are dog and cat safe.

Hello, all of you who adopted a pandemic puppy or a quarantine kitten! If you haven’t already, it’s time to level up your plant game. Winter is coming, and you’re going to want something pretty in the windows when the sun starts setting at like 3:30 in the afternoon in another few weeks. Nothing against 100% green, but personally, we love house plants with lots of pink (and they happen to complement our newly renovated kitchen perfectly!) Because we have both a puppy and kitten, we went in search of pretty pink pet safe house plants (also a few purple ones) that the ASCPA has said are non-toxic for our beloved dog and cat. Here’s our edit of the best of the bunch. Somewhere on this list is the perfect new plant for pet parents to bring home.

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We are new pet parents – of a puppy and a kitten – and we are also in the mood for a home décor refresh. Which caused us to go in search of pretty pink plants that are pet safe. This was a bit harder than one might think.

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And yes, some of the prettiest pink plants are strictly off-limits for homes with a dog or cat (we’re looking at you, variegated rubber plant). We went straight to the experts at the ASPCA to learn which plants are toxic or “mildly toxic” for cats and dogs.

The best pink indoor house plants to buy that are dog and cat safe.

The best pretty pink indoor house plants to buy that are dog and cat safe.

Then we made a Venn diagram of pretty pink (and a few purple) indoor house plants that are completely safe for parents of either a dog or a cat (or both!).

The good news is that there are LOTS of options that make the cut. Here are some of our favorites, along with where to buy them.

Pink House Plants that are Pet Safe for Dogs and Cats

1. Stromanthe Triostar.

We begin our list of pink indoor house plants that are pet safe and non-toxic for dogs and cats with this Stromanthe sanguinea. The Triostar is a variety of prayer plant with three different colors (thus the name “triostar”) – the rosy pink, green and white leaves are really lovely. They’re easy to care for, requiring low to bright indirect light, and they’re pet safe.

 

Pink indoor house plants that are pet safe and non-toxic for dogs and cats

BUY NOW: $27.97.

2. Bromeliad Aechmea Pink.

Amp up the drama with this pet safe pink stunner. The bromeliad aechmea is popular in part because the blooms can last for up to six months, making it a perfect addition to a plant collection.

 

BUY NOW: $79.

3. Polka Dot Plant.

The polka dot plant Hypoestes phyllostachya – comes in a wonderful array of pink hues, from pastel to super-bright.

 

 

 

BUY NOW: $12.99 for 3″.

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4. Hoya Tricolor.

Hoya carnosa variegata, also known as “Crimson Princess,” is a trailing succulent that produces clusters of pretty, star-shaped flowers. Green, white and pink, they’re easy to care for and pet safe.

 

Pink indoor house plants that are pet safe and non-toxic for dogs and cats

BUY NOW: $48.

5. Fittonia

Also known as “the nerve plant,” which is understandably an unnerving name – this pretty pink indoor house plant is actually pet safe. Fittonia originate in South America, growing in tropical rainforests as ground cover. Because of this, they remain relatively small and prefer indirect light, regular misting and sufficient moisture.

 

Pink indoor house plants that are pet safe and non-toxic for dogs and cats

BUY NOW: $13.

6. Echeveria Crinoline (or scallop or ruffle).

This gorgeous succulent is one of our favorite pink house plants that are pet safe and non-toxic for a dog or cat.

 

BUY NOW: $13.95.

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7. orchids.

Burgundy or pink orchids are an elegant way to play the pretty rosy-hued house plant that is also pet safe.

 

BUY NOW: $60.

8. Purple Passion Plant.

The passion plant, or Gynura aurantiaca, has soft, velvety purple and green leaves, making it a perfect accent to a grouping of pink house plants. This tropical plant grows quickly, and the brighter the light it gets, the deeper the colors will be.

 

 

 

BUY NOW: $19.99.

9. Red Prayer Plant

This red prayer plantMaranta leuconeura – has beautiful two-toned leaves. It’s relatively easy to care for, requiring low to bright indirect light.

 

Pink indoor house plants that are pet safe and non-toxic for dogs and cats

BUY NOW: $39.

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10. Calathea.

There are a number of plants in the Calathea family that are pet safe and also very pretty. Among our favorites?  This Calathea Pinstripe. It’s trending among house plant aficionados because of its stunning leaves, which look as if they were hand-painted with a delicate brushstroke. Pet-safe and tolerant of low light, consider this one a statement plant.

 

BUY NOW: $39.

11. African Violets.

We close our list of pretty pink (and purple) house plants that are pet safe and non-toxic for a dog or a cat with the African violet, which comes in several shades of purple and pink.

 

 

Pink and purple indoor house plants that are pet safe and non-toxic for dogs and cats

BUY NOW: $54.91.

Pink House Plants that are Pet Safe for Dogs and Cats

That’s our list of pretty pink (and purple) pet safe indoor house plants for parents to buy that the ASCPA has said are non-toxic for your precious dog and cat. What do you think, dear reader? Ready to bring home a new pink plant to add to your collection?

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