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Croton
This flamboyant foliage plant is easier to care for than you may have heard. Learn here how to get the most out of your Croton.

Cyclamen
Need a mid-winter breath of fresh air? Cyclamen's sweet scent and brilliant color will make you forget all about the frost outside your door.

Dendrobium phalaenopsis
Dendrobium phalaenopsis orchids have flowers resembling the popular Moth Orchids seen at every grocer and florist, but that's where the similarities end. Read here how to make a Dendrobium phalaenopsis happy.

Dieffenbachia
You've seen this plant in malls, at the doctor's office, even at your workplace. There's a good reason for it: this is a great plant that doesn't require a lot of know-how, but it will brighten your home the moment you invite it in.

Dracaena
Highlights on the general care of the most popular types of Dracaenas.

Dwarf Umbrella Plant
Schefflera arboricola is fun and forgiving. Here's what you need to know to grow one.

Easter Cactus
The Easter or Spring Cactus is a cheerful deviation from the Christmas Cactus; bring some spring into your home with a pink or purple variety.

Easter Lily
Extend the life of your beautiful spring beacon, the Easter Lily, with these simple suggestions.

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.

English Ivy
English Ivy may not be the first plant that comes to mind when you decide you'd like to get a plant for your home, but there are a lot of reasons why it should be. Its easy to care for, has air-scrubbing abilities and a little plant grows a long way.

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