Thumbnail Choosing the Right Pots for Your Houseplants

Pairing houseplants with the right pots. Houseplants are a living accessory for interior spaces, introducing texture and color. Pairing plants with the right pot will enhance their health by using the right size and material.

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Thumbnail Houseplants: Flowering Beauties

Outdoor flowering plants that can grow indoors. Many outdoor plants such as the Bromeliads and Christmas cactus can be brought indoors where they can grow year round with proper water and light.

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Thumbnail Houseplants: Low Light

Houseplants that thrive in low light areas.Houseplants such as the Chinese evergreen or Pothos are able to survive in areas far from windows or in a room with only a little natural light.

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Thumbnail How To Clean Your Houseplants

Houseplants need cleaning to survive. Healthy houseplants need cleaning in order to survive. Cleaning does more than make the plan look good. It fuels their health and limits pests.

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Thumbnail Repotting Houseplants

Repotting houseplants will keep them clean. Repotting houseplants allows for fresh soil and room for new growth to help keep plants healthy through the winter.

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Thumbnail Houseplants: Summer Care

Summer is time to care for your houseplants. Summer is a great time to bring your houseplants outdoors. Start by moving them outside in a shaded area while watering multiple times a day to keep them clean.

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Thumbnail Tips for Healthy Houseplants

Tips to keep your houseplant healthy indoors. Houseplants bring nature indoors but keep yours healthy you should match the plants with lighting, choose the right container, and use good soil.

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Thumbnail Houseplants: Winter Care

Adjusting to winter care for houseplants. The key to helping plants survive winter is adjusting care routines to suit seasonal growing conditions by taking into consideration the light, temperature, and humidity.

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Thumbnail Are Your Houseplants Poisonous?

Your houseplants should be checked for toxicity. Indoor plants bring a touch of the garden into your home. In some plants, toxicity lurks beneath the exterior of the plant.

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Thumbnail Houseplants: 6 Gorgeous Growers

Houseplants that blend in with your home. If you love using live plants in your interior decor, check out these eye-catching houseplants. Each one of these houseplants blend good looks with an easy-care personality.

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