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Sedum suaveolens (Sweet Smelling Sedum) is a clumping succulent plant up to 18 inches (45 cm) tall and wide, with up to 8 inches (20 cm)...

from Balcony Garden Web

19 Best Low Maintenance Houseplants

Take a look at these 19 Best low-maintenance houseplants, if you're new to growing plants indoors or find yourself lazy.

from Flower Patch Farmhouse

Caring for Your Peace Lily (Spathiphyllum

How to care for Peace Lily house plant. Easy for everyone to grow beautifully nearly anywhere.

from Get Busy Gardening

How to Propagate Spider Plants for Your Home

Spider plants are one of the easiest houseplants to propagate and if you follow a few simple steps, you will soon have several spider plants in your home.

In this shade design while the cordyline adds height it is the perennial Siberian bugloss that takes center stage with its large heart shaped leaves each overlaid with an intricate network of silver veins. Maybe you have one in your garden you can dig up? A lime green heuchera and humble dusty miller round out the foliage framework. For color and fun the chenille plant(Acalypha hispida) is used as a trailer at the front of the pot (look for it with the houseplants) and arex begonia adds nice…

from Apartment Therapy

How To Re-Pot Your House Plants — Home Hacks

It's only February in New England and I am having Spring fever. I want to be outside digging in the dirt and planting things. Since I can't do that, I have decided to pay special attention to my houseplants. For this "How To" I show you how to easily re-pot your plants which you should do every year or two to keep them vibrant and growing.

from Gardening Know How

Rodents In Houseplants – What To Do When Your Houseplant Keeps Getting Dug Up

Holes In Potted Plants: Why Are Mice Digging Up Houseplants - If you’ve noticed your houseplants have tiny holes in the soil or you see signs of digging in your outdoor planters, it can drive you nuts trying to get to the root of the problem. Find out what to do about it in this article.

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Get Rid of These Common Houseplants That Can Poison Your Pets

If you have pets at home you know that they love houseplants. Whether it is to bat at the leaves, dig in the soil, or munch on them, indoor plants are part of the home jungle that belongs to them.   After...