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5 Indoor Plants That Are (Almost) Impossible to Kill

22 hard to kill house plants

22 Hard To Kill Houseplants

We gardeners tend to be particularly tuned into the weather, and although we can't control how much it rains or how cold it gets, we can choose plants that tolerate challengin…

Drought-Tolerant Perennials for Low-Maintenance Landscapes - American Meadows Blog

6 Air Purifying House Plants 1. Bamboo Palm Tree 2. Snake Plant 3. Areca Palm Tree 4. Spider Plant 5. Lily of Peace 6. Gerbera Daisy

6 Air Purifying House Plants - Bamboo Palm Snake Plant Areca Plant Spider Plant Peace Lily Gerbera Daisy Removes formaldahyde, carbon monoxide, mold spores and absorbing nitrogen oxides.

Looking to bring a bit of nature into your house this year? Try some of our favorite indoor plants, which include African violets, hibiscus, jasmine, kaffir lily, geraniums and begonias. Live flowers and foliage make the best home décor!

24 Beautiful Blooming Houseplants

African violets, hibiscus, jasmine, kaffir lily, geraniums and begonias. Live flowers and foliage make the best home décor!

Do you have place in your house that don't receive direct sun or do you want to grow plants in your living room, dining room or bath room? Luckily there are plants that grow without sunlight and you can grow them indoors.

17 Best Plants to Grow Indoors without Sunlight

Can grow in indirect sunlight. They are ideal shade-loving plants, naturally growing in indirect sun. These plants adapts well to the smaller amount of light and thrives normally. To make your searching easier we've listed 17 best plants to grow indoors.

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