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Humidity For Indoor Plants: Why They Need It and How To Give It To Them

Humidity is essential for a plant to function and continue to grow. With low humidity, The overall health of a plant can suffer. If your plant is struggling, it’s not pushing out new growth, new growth is getting stuck and deformed, it has crispy tips, and constantly gets pests…all of these are signs of a

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Snake Plants: How to Grow them in Water

Snake plants are some of the easiest plants to care for indoors. Also known as Sansevieria and “Mother-in-Law’s Tongue,” these lush houseplants are incredibly forgiving and are well-suited for beginners. Because they’re southern African natives, snake plants thrive in living conditions similar to those of America’s southern regions. Unfortunately, they spread through the use of

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Peace Lily Care Guide_ Everything You Need to Know About Peace Lilies

Peace Lily Care Guide: Everything You Need to Know About Peace Lilies

Peace lilies are beautiful and popular houseplants. Thankfully, peace lily care is also relatively easy. These tropical evergreen plants thrive on the forest floor, where they receive consistent moisture and patches of sunlight. You’ll be able to keep your peace lily healthy and happy by replicating these conditions in your home. When given enough light,

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Snake Plant Care_ Your Total Guide to Make Your Snake Plant Thrive

Snake Plant Care: Your Total Guide to Make Your Snake Plants Thrive

Snake plants are often used as home décor. They’re pleasing to the eye, require little water to survive, and snake plant care is super easy. Also known as mother-in-law’s tongue or sansevieria, snake plants have become a staple house plant. They are low-maintenance plants, so, even those not gifted with a green thumb will have

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