If there’s one thing we love almost as much as plants, it’s pets.

Pets should instinctively avoid plants that could make them sick, but just in case, most pets don’t like chrysanthemum, hyacinth, iris, daisy, morning glory, daffodil, azalea, lily, carnation, sago palm, Chinese evergreen, philodendron, ivy, hydrangea, geranium, begonia, tomato plants, aloe vera, tomato, landata and oleander.

Dogs and cats also don’t love onion, garlic chives, leeks, flamingo flowers and duranta.

For a more comprehensive list of plants that domestic animals shouldn’t eat, check out the Pet Poison Helpline website.