When it comes to sprucing up your home, there’s no denying that a lush garden or an indoor bouquet (or five) can make a major difference to any living environment. But not all plants are suitable to have near your furry friends. One of the biggest health risks for both cats and dogs is the plants that we keep, indoors and out. In fact, there is an overwhelming number of seemingly harmless ones that should be avoided at all costs. To help you keep your home safe, here are six common plants and flowers poisonous to pets that you should avoid.