The Rosebud Flowers

Learn more about our pet-friendly flowers and bouquets

The Rosebud Flowers © is committed to providing safe, non-toxic flower arrangements for you and your pets. All of our flowers are classified as "non-toxic to cats and dogs" by the ASPCA or the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Many flowers sold at flower shops are considered toxic to pets and could cause mild to severe reactions if ingested. All bouquets by The Rosebud Flowers © can be enjoyed by everyone- including our furry friends!

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What are some pet-friendly flowers?

  • African Violet
  • Alyssum
  • Bachelor's Buttons
  • Celosia
  • Gerber Daisy
  • Orchids
  • Rose
  • Camellia
  • Marigold
  • Snapdragon
  • Sunflower
  • Zinnia
  • Jasmine
  • Bamboo

How many different cats can you spot in this video?

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African Violet Saintpaulia spp. Gesneriaceae
Alyssum Alyssum Brassicaceae
Bachelor's Buttons Centaurea cyanus Asteraceae
Celosia Celosia plumosa Amaranthaceae
Gerber Daisy Gerbera jamesonii Compositae
Orchids Phalaenopsis Orchidaceae
Rose Rosa Species Rosaceae
Camellia Camellia japonica Theaseae
Marigold Calendula officinalis Compositae
Snapdragon Antirrhinum majus Scrophulariaceae
Sunflower Helianthus augustifolius Compositae
Zinnia Zinnia species Asteraceae

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Tips for Caring for your Flowers

Bringing home fresh flowers is a special treat and can brighten up any day! Follow these steps to make the most of you cheery blooms.

  1. Re-purpose an existing jar you have at home as a vase. Antique glass jars, mason jars, and empty glass candles will do the trick- and your flowers won't know the difference. Be creative!
  2. Try using herbes such as rosemary, basil, lemon verbena, sage, or thyme in your bouquets. They smell great, too!
  3. You don't always have to go big, try some smaller bouquets around the house in unexpected places, such as the bathrom or in the kitchen.
  4. Change the water everyday. Clean, fresh water.
  5. Play with different colour combinations, shapes and textures. This will make your bouquets visually interesting. Have fun!


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