46. David P

46. David P

“I keep my plants hanging, elevated, or use aversion tactics, like with tin foil, to deter my cats from becoming curious and hungry.”

@dpowrightnow

David Powley, 26, American

Fort Myers, Florida, USA

Veterinary Technician

Favourites: Alocasia sarian, Monstera deliciosa and all my ferns


David says: 

My plants are like family; I treat them nice and in return they make me happy. Most get watered once a week along with pruning any unwanted growth and plucking any dead leaves. Look good, feel good, grow good!

One tip, check on each plant daily and you’ll notice subtle day-to-day changes that could mean life or death! Temperature, light, soil moisture and pests are constant changes in my jungle (indoors and outdoors) and staying in-tune with each plants individual needs is very important.

My plant jungle shares a home with my cats and being aware of what plants are toxic to cats is an absolute must! My veterinary background knowledge helps me keep them safe around my cat-toxic plants. Alocasias, philodendrons and fiddle leafs are a few of the toxic plants I have in my home. I keep my plants hanging, elevated, or use aversion tactics, like with tin foil, to deter my cats from becoming curious and hungry. Be smart and be safe and you can have the best of both worlds.

 

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