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Most people think of Mandevilla vines as an outdoor plant, but with a little consideration, they can be a lovely houseplant.
If it appears as though your plant is growing a cottony coat, you may have mealybugs.
Find a wealth of knowledge on how to grow the interesting Money Tree. It may bring you success, or just nicely accentuate your decor. Either way, this plant is a delight to have in the home.
The pretty purple, pink and green striped foliage of this Tradescantia is a bright alternative to a flowering houseplant.
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".
If you have pets or small children in your home, know they are safe from harm with these non-toxic houseplants.
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!
A simple how-to guide on the care and propagation of Epiphyllum, or the Orchid Cactus.
Oxalis, the Shamrock Plant
Few flowering houseplants are as easy to grow as Oxalis. Here are a few tips to help you along.
Parlor Palms are great for the office or home, in terrariums, dish gardens and interiorscaping. Its versatility makes it a must-have; find out more here!
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