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House plants encyclopedia listed by common names with pictures and care tips for growing plants indoors. Plus ideas for easy-to-grow indoor house plants. Considering the scorching heat we've endured this summer, planting spring-blooming bulbs may not be on your radar yet. It's a good idea to order them NOW so you won't miss out on your favorite varieties. Some flower bulbs that are good for...
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Interesting planted arrangements that last for weeks and months. Nothing leaves The Houseplant that I would not be happy to receive myself. The Houseplant is your one-stop source for unique planted arrangements, flowers, plants and amazing gifts. We also can make your special occasion one that will not be forgotten. Feel free to peruse our website to see our award-winning work. Karin Purvis and...
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Phlebodium aureum, commonly known as blue star fern, is an interesting looking fern with elongated fronds and a pleasant green-blue color. Its ability to tolerate lower-light conditions and relatively easy…. Cryptanthus Bromeliads are a rather funky looking houseplant with stiff, slightly coarse...
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Crowdfunded on Kickstarter, get your own glowing plant today. Luminosity has a long and storied history in biology, in fact it's even been the subject of a Nobel Prize. Bioluminescence is used as a core tool of molecular biology as it allows scientists to understand the inner workings of the...
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Light is arguably the most important thing that a plant needs. Water would be a close second place, but without light, photosynthetic plants simply cannot get the energy that they need to survive. Houseplants sometimes have a difficult time getting all of the light they need from just sunlight...
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Looking for just the right houseplant for your home or office? We offer some of the more unusual plants that you may not find at the local big box store. We also carry a selection of plastic, wicker and ceramic containers to fit any decor. You have just found the internet's newest source for house plants. We have hundreds of beautiful, healthy plants for your home or office.
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Like many house plants, these were no where, then all of a sudden everywhere. These just arrived a few weeks ago, so I may change this as I have some time to experiment with them. These arrived at about 18″, the stalks will reach 36″ when it is full grown. There are no flowers or spikes but they are large enough to bloom. It may be next year before I see flowers. You’ll need a drafty windowsill...
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Well, it's really quite simple. Since you'll be downloading the Indoor House Plant Secrets eBook directly from the Internet I have no inventory and no fulfillment costs. The more care information you have and understand... the better your plants will look. The better your plants look and the more successful you are in caring for your plants. The more plants you'll buy. Well, realize that this...
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When caring for a houseplant, it is difficult to know what to do to keep it healthy unless you know what type of plant it is. To identify a house plant, you will have to notice the size and shape of the leaves, leaf texture ( leathery, fuzzy, shiny, etc), growth habbit (e.g. tall straight tree, low bush, creeping vine, etc),size of the plant, color of the leaves (dark green, light green,...
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"Better-Than-Risk-Free" Money Back Guarantee I say "better-than-risk-free" because each of the 3 bonuses are yours to keep even in the unlikely event you decide to return “1001 House Plant Questions Answered”. I know you’ll find this resource absolutely indispensable for all your house plant questions and concerns – but I understand you still might be skeptical. That's why, I ask you to see for...
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Philodendrons are one of the easiest types of houseplants to grow. They can grow in very low light conditions and are not disturbed by neglect. If you treat them right, though, your Philodendrons will flourish for many years to come. They will also benefit your family by removing formaldehyde in high concentrations from the air of your home, according to N.A.S.A. They are native to the Tropics...
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Discover, learn plant care no matter your skill level. Explore, houseplants, landscaping and lawn care and answer plant care questions. In New Orleans, prior to 1930, camellias could not be grown satisfactorily. Only a few miles distant, to the east, north and west, however, they flourished with little or no care. This seemingly paradoxical situation set off many an inquiry into these beautiful...
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Indoor Gardening is a favorite past-time for millions of people. Houseplants bring greenery, fresh air, and a bit of nature into our homes, schools, and offices.Whether you are a beginner who is just getting started or a serious collection hobbyist, this guide is for you. Spring is a time of growth for houseplants. Plants will be overcoming their winter rest, and will begin to grow faster with...
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Tropical House Plants: For tropical houseplant enthusiasts. Informative articles and videos. A continuing series on tropical house plant care. First of all, is it supposed to be houseplant ( one word ) or house plant ( two words )? I just googled *house plant*, and it asked me “Did you mean: houseplant”. So Google wants to make it one word. However I looked in my old Webster’s Dictionary, and...
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