I have a dog who ate arrowhead which is a relative of pothos when she was around a year old... Definitely is no fun. She's about to turn 14 now, but she ate 3-4 leaves and it was two trips to the vet and close to a week of very unpleasant experience for her and everyone else in the house.SSJ said:Thats right. Not recommended for cats/dogs
Great, i am hoping it will keep the water levels fine..fbn said:I do aquaponics out of a 5 gallon tank that has a few ghost shrimp and some rosy reds. I have a pothos growing in there - it's doing incredibly well and the root system is fantastic. Also, if you have enough sun, you can try growing mint, too. I have two net pots suspended over my aquarium by a wooden rod with mint in them. Mint is a very fast grower and is doing quite well, too! Watercress could also be an excellent option. Just tested my water several days ago -- 0-0-0.
Glad to see others using plants like this to help with their filtration systems! It's such a smart idea and looks nice, too!
There r some other plants which can help..i googled it i guessCardeater said:Yeah the pet part is a very important point. I was excited about doing something like this to reduce nitrates but then I learned it's poisonous to cats, so I won't be doing it.
If you can get those plants..which stay on top of lakes .swamps..i heard r very good for the fish..also peace lillyCardeater said:Yeah the pet part is a very important point. I was excited about doing something like this to reduce nitrates but then I learned it's poisonous to cats, so I won't be doing it.