Houseplants

Rubber Plant (Ficus elastica)
Rubber Plant Buying & Growing Guide
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The Rubber plant is a popular houseplant, owing to its ease of care and ability to thrive in a variety of conditions. In this article, let's learn how to care for this beautiful plant.

Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree
Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree - Optimal Growing and Care Tips
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The fiddle leaf fig tree features heavily-veined, oval-shaped leaves that grow upright. These tropical plants thrive in very warm and humid conditions, but growing them at home can be somewhat challenging. The good news is, these plants are very hardy by nature and can withstand less-than-ideal conditions for quite a long time.

Water Plants
14 Low-Maintenance Water Plants - Growing Tips + Photos
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Water plants are aquatic or semi-aquatic species that can grow on top of, or submerged in water. These plants are generally very low maintenance because they don’t need to watered, and they provide many benefits to ponds, aquariums, and waterways, and contribute to healthy biodiversity.

Mini Succulents
9 Mini Succulents with Pictures
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Mini succulents have seen a rapid rise in popularity over the last few years, for a whole host of reasons. Houseplant popularity, in general, has been growing, and succulents offer a good option for anyone who likes the look of houseplants but isn't very good at providing continual care, as these types of plants typically thrive on neglect.

Purple Succulents
10 Purple Succulents For Growing Indoors & Outdoors
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Succulents have the benefit of producing a range of interesting colored foliage, which is a great way to brighten up your garden or home all year round, without relying on flowers blooming. Some of the most striking succulents have purple leaves, and these can vary from pale, dusky lilacs, through to deep and dark plum shades that verge on black. This list encompasses some of the best purple succulents for growing indoors and outdoors.

 Indoor Hanging Plants
8 Indoor Hanging Plants That You Can Grow Indoors
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Ever wonder how to give a green vibe, even in the crowded space with little light of your home? That's when hanging plants come in place. In this article, we'll go into some of the best hanging plants you can grow indoors - all with detailed care tips and photos.

Types of Echeveria
10 Super Easy Types of Echeveria That You'll Love
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Echeveria are evergreen succulents that thrive in hot and dry climates or can be grown as houseplants. They are native to Mexico and Central and South America and are available in a wide selection of varieties and cultivars. All echeveria produce fleshy foliage in a rosette form, though their leaf color and shape can vary dramatically between types. They are easy to care for, and many produce attractive flowers. This list comprises some of the best types of echeveria.

Bathroom plants
7 Best Bathroom Plants For the High Humidity Environment
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If you like to grow tropical houseplants, then the bathroom is often the perfect place to keep them, as it replicates their natural environment of high humidity. Bathrooms have high humidity levels because the frequent use of showers, baths, and faucets increases the moisture content of the air.

Ponytail Palm Tree
Ponytail Palm Trees Buying & Growing Guide
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Ponytail palms are a popular houseplant, which is, in fact, not palms at all. They are large succulents which house water in the bulbous base of their trunks, from which long luscious curled foliage grows in the style of a ponytail, giving this plant its common name.

Agave Attenuata
Agave Attenuata Buying & Growing Guide
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Agave attenuata is a large evergreen succulent that is commonly known as fox tail agave, which is a reference to its striking flower stalk. The flower is actually a raceme, which appears in the summertime, growing high above the foliage of the plant to a height of up to ten feet.