Thanks! Mostly dracaena marginata, then money plants, various succulents which were unnamed from the store. All of them bird safe. I suggest going for the dracaenas. They are easy to care for, low maintenance and improves the room’s air quality.
I am glad you are asking this question now before taking the plunge. No amount of research will prepare you for the demands and rigors of parrothood. Caring for parrots is not like having a dog, cat, hamster, fish, etc. It’s like having a hyperactive, flying, biting, screeching, ADD-stricken 2 year old who will never grow up and leave you in peace when they turn 18!
If I had known what I know now, having lived with my sun conure, Boomer, for 2 1/2 years, I would PROBABLY not get a parrot. That said, I love my little buddy to death and am committed in giving him the best life I could for the next 30 or so years. But parrots are just something else.
I like to be very honest with potential parrot keepers. I did not have this luxury before I made the big decision that changed my life forever. I read about it, but in my arrogance ignored the warnings, thinking the whole venture was a piece of cake. My advice is to read, read, and read some more till you no longer can. Visit parrot sanctuaries. These places are where unwanted parrots end up in, after their keepers couldn’t handle it anymore.
Parrots are awesome, lovable creatures, but they are not to be taken lightly. Best of luck in your decision whatever it may be. Ask me if you have any other questions. Visit this parrot forum and peruse the threads on there, you will learn a lot: http://www.parrotforums.com/forums.php