Florist in East City, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
159 Douro St, Peterborough, ON K9H 1H7

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What flowers are safe for cats?

If you have cats, you might want to avoid some flowers that can be harmful to your furry friends. Here are some of the flowers that are no-no for kitty:

• Lilies: These lovely flowers are deadly for cats. Even a tiny amount of pollen can cause kidney failure. So keep them away from your cat, unless you want to see them in the ER.

• Tulips: These spring beauties are not so beautiful for your cat. They contain toxins that can cause vomiting, diarrhea, drooling, and even seizures. So don't let your cat get too close to them, or they might end up with a tulip-induced trip.

• Daffodils: These cheerful yellow flowers are not so cheerful for your cat. They contain alkaloids that can affect the heart and nervous system. So don't let your cat sniff them, or they might end up with a daffy-dil-emma.

• Sweet Peas: These fragrant flowers are not so sweet for your cat. They contain amino acids that can cause neurological problems, such as tremors and head-pressing. So don't let your cat munch on them, or they might end up with a sweet-pea-saster.

• Agapanthus: These exotic flowers are not so exotic for your cat. They can cause oral irritation and swelling, which can lead to difficulty breathing. So don't let your cat lick them, or they might end up with an aga-pain-thus.

These are just some of the flowers that are poisonous to cats. There are many more, so always check before you buy or grow any flowers in your home or garden. And remember, cats are curious creatures, so keep an eye on them and make sure they don't get into any floral trouble.

What is booking a wedding like?

Seeking clarity? starting with a personalized consultation with Janet, our expert wedding planner, is the first step. Together, you'll discuss every intricate detail, from selecting your colour scheme to determining the quantity of items required, ensuring a meticulously tailored and unforgettable wedding experience. Watch Our Wedding Tips Video

How do I know when my flowers are coming?

When you provide us with your email, our system will automatically send a delivery confirmation as soon as our delivery vehicle has returned to the shop.