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Azaleas and Dogs - keep them apart

Monday, 30 October 2017 3:15:13 pm Australia/Brisbane

If your dog eats just a few leaves of azalea (or rhododendron, its close relative), it may cause vomiting or even coma.

So if you have dogs, plant something else for spring and autumn colour.

Here's our recommendations for alternatives to azaleas for your garden :Read More

Comments | Posted in Garden Tips By APO Marketing

Lilies and Cats - it's not a match

Monday, 30 October 2017 2:10:59 pm Australia/Brisbane

If you have cats, lilies turn from divine to deadly.

All parts of the lily (Lilium), if eaten, can be very harmful to pet cats. The plant causes vomiting, lethargy, and ultimately kidney failure.

The related day lilies (Hemerocallis) , golden and unscented; and lily of the valley (Convallaria) with tiny white scented bells, are also on the no-go-list for cat owners.

So if you have pet cats, look for lily alternatives to plant in your garden.

Here's our recommendations :Read More


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