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How do you care for Aptenia?
Water Aptenia only when the soil is completely dry and then provide enough to drench the soil to a depth of about 6 inches (15 cm). To check for dryness, poke your finger into the soil. Never water if the soil feels damp or cool, as Aptenia, like all succulents, is prone to rot in soggy, waterlogged soil.
Is Iceplant edible?
A bed of Iceplant is oddly reminiscent of an undersea stand of sea anemones! The glistening, succulent leaves are edible--making a delicious, slightly tart spinach substitute. The crushed leaves also make a natural lather and have been used as a soap substitute.
How do you propagate Aptenia cordifolia?
Aptenia cordifolia is easily grown from seed and cuttings. Sow seed in summer. The plant can be divided and runners can be planted directly into the ground. Before planting, prepare the garden bed by digging over the soil; add compost and a slow-release fertilizer.
Can cats die from eating flowers?
Toxic Parts of Plants Pollen, needles, seeds, flowers and leaves can all be potentially toxic for cats. Often cat's ingest toxic plant substances while grooming themselves due to pollen or seeds being trapped in their fur or on their paws.
What part of Amaryllis is poisonous?
Amaryllis plants (Hippeastrum sp.) have toxin primarily in the bulb but also the leaves and stem. During the holiday season many plants, cut flowers and flowering bulbs are used as decoration and given as gifts. Many of these items can be poisonous to both humans and pets with long-term negative effects to ones health.
Can orchids kill cats?
It's a fact: orchids are safe for pets. While all orchid species are regarded as harmless, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals specifically listed Phalaenopsis orchids or moth orchids as non-toxic for dogs, cats, and even horses.
What part of poinsettia is poisonous to cats?
Poinsettias The truth is the poinsettia's leaves produce a sap that can irritate your dog or cat's mouth and esophagus. If ingested, your pet may experience nausea or vomiting.
What part of a poinsettia is poisonous?
The milky white sap found in poinsettias contains chemicals called diterpenoid euphorbol esters and saponin-like detergents. While poinsettias are commonly “hyped” as poisonous plants, they rarely are, and the poisoning is greatly exaggerated.
Is canned tuna bad for cats?
Cats can be addicted to tuna, whether it's packed for cats or for humans. Some tuna now and then probably won't hurt. But a steady diet of tuna prepared for humans can lead to malnutrition because it won't have all the nutrients a cat needs. And, too much tuna can cause mercury poisoning.
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