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Indoor houseplants are easy to keep alive and look great in any room. Plus, they can double as a natural air purifier. Studies have shown that indoor plants remove harmful chemicals from the air and release oxygen into your home, which is good for reducing stress levels.

Top 5 Indoor Plants That Love Low-Light

Sunlight is essential for plants to grow, and most species need at least some direct sunlight each day. However, many indoor plants can tolerate low levels of sunlight or even no direct sun at all. Here are six of the best plants for low-light conditions:

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purple orchid

How to Care for Cymbidium Orchids

How to care for cymbidium orchids is a hot topic! Cymbidiums are popular flowers that come in a variety of colors and can be kept at home or in the garden. How do you care for these plants so they stay healthy and beautiful? Here are some tips on how to maintain your cymbidium orchid’s health:

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Rubber plant

How to Care for a Rubber Plant

Here are rubber plant care tips for those who may be wondering how to take care of this popular indoor plant. This guide will help you with everything from potting and watering to fertilising and pruning. With a little bit of TLC, your rubber plant will thrive for years to come!

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ZZ Plant Propagation

How to Propagate your ZZ Plant The ZZ plant, also known as the ZeeZee Plant, is a flowering succulent native to Southern Africa and the

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How to Care for Your Spider Plant

If you’re one of the lucky people who has a spider plant in your home, then you know that these plants are easy to care for. In this article, you will learn how to water, fertilize, and pot your spider plants.

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Indoor

Indoor houseplants are easy to keep alive and look great in any room. Plus, they can double as a natural air purifier. Studies have shown that indoor plants remove harmful chemicals from the air and release oxygen into your home, which is good for reducing stress levels.

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