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Wandering Jew
Wandering Jew, or Inch Plant is a great choice for indoor hanging baskets. Its simple to grow, and easy to share! Learn about Wandering Jew and see why this plant might be the best next addition to your houseplant collection.

Golden Pothos
One of the most popular houseplants, up close and personal.

Mother-of-Thousands
This plant has the interesting talent of having live offspring instead of setting seed. It's prolific nature is what earned it the title "Mother-of-Thousands".

Staghorn Ferns
Are you looking for something a little different? If you've been admiring Staghorn Ferns from afar, consider giving one of these exotic plants a place in your home.

Ficus Elastica, the Rubber Tree
How to grow the ever-popular Rubber Tree, Ficus elastica.

Indoor Banana Trees
Bananas are a hot trend in potted plants. What should you know before you purchase one?

Aphids
These green invaders often hitch a ride into your home on new houseplants. How can you identify them, and what can you do about them?

Non-Toxic Pest Control
You don't need poisonous chemicals to save your plants from annoying pests. A little diligence and a couple of common household products will save your indoor garden and a bit of money while you're at it!

Burro's Tail
If you're a fan of succulent plants, Burro's Tail is a great one to grow. It's one of the less picky succulents and looks great cascading over the side of a hanging basket.

Elephant Ears
Tropical plants make great houseplants. With the many varieties found among Elephant Ears, it's likely you'll find one you'd love to grow.

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