Answer: In my experience, many common house plants are toxic to cats, and the constant nibbling on those that are not tends to make them look terrible -- shredded and browned around the edges, sometimes broken, too. You might try keeping the plants in a separate room or try hanging plants or possibly grow them in a screened enclosure of some kind. A terrarium is a good solution as well.
You might check with your veterinarian for a list of "safe" plants. The Cat Fanciers Association publishes a list, however it uses common rather than botanical names so I personally am a little uncomfortable with it.
There is also the ASPCA Poison Control list you might find interesting.
I hope this helps with your research.
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