Useful in gardens, tomato cages are also ripe for repurposing as pretty plant stands. Cut off the spiky feet with a clipper, then spray-paint the cage gold. Set it on its wide end, and fit a pot inside.
Plants and pets don't always get along, but some indoor plants can be downright dangerous. Avoid the risk by growing these pet friendly house plants. I came home to find my cat munching on cauliflower leaves!
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dumb cane (dieffenbachia) - The Dumb Cane plant is a fan favorite: happy with standard potting soil, average home temperatures, and average humidity. This plant’s leaves are variegated in greens and cream colors and can reach a height of up to 5 feet.
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