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Marie Burgos Design
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Contemporary Home Design
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Any suggestions for easy and attractive house plants?
Love this plant whats the name?
productive plant. Make sure to keep them on a sunny windowsill, or an equally prominent space that will provide them with enough sunlight. I recommend starting out with Basil, Rosemary, Cilantro, Sage, or Italian Parsley for low maintenance indoor herbs. Succulents and cacti are also great plants for indoors
air plants here at Houzz and you will finds lots of suppliers. Flora Grubb also sells these plants. I hope this helps!
I also am a big fan of succulents. And depending on the available natural light that you have in your house, there are a number plant varieties that do well as indoor plants. For
and the blooms last for months. Indoor tropical plants are hard to keep pest free but I've never had and issue with phalaenopsis orchids. Terrariums are also a nice, easy care way to grow a few plants indoors. Or you could get a collection of air plants and arrange them nicely in a terrarium or vessel
“Plant” — muffyn95
Rafe Churchill: Traditional Houses
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Brooklyn Townhouse
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bright colors. Spring green, ripe raspberry or iris purple can make a lovely complement to subtle earth tones. Just as the new shoots of young onion plants look at home poking up out of rich soil, a few vibrant green or chartreuse cushions or vases can liven up a room done in soft, earthy hues.
touch of sage
“Colors” — crzwang
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