The warm weather, rainy days, and of course the absurd amount of pollen, have made their appearance. And now that it’s May, many of the flower nurseries are opening their doors.

Over the last few weeks, people have been busy preparing their flower beds to plant new annuals and perennials for the warmer seasons. But before you purchase your new rose bush or hydrangeas, we want to encourage you to research the plants you are planning to add to your home.

Some of the common flowers you see are poisonous to pets. Begonias, tulips, ivy, hydrangeas and sweet peas are just some of the plants that are dangerous to pets if eaten.

So, when you are picking out which flowers to add to your home, make sure they are pet-friendly. Keep your pets healthy and research what plants will be best inside and outside your home.

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