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water. Repotting: Likes to be crowded, so don't repot until the roots fill the pot — preferably in the spring. Propagation: You can make new plants by dividing the root clumps. Don't fertilize for a month or two, until the new plants become established. Pruning: Trim old and faded branches near the
water. Repotting: Likes to be crowded, so don't repot until the roots fill the pot — preferably in the spring. Propagation: You can make new plants by dividing the root clumps. Don't fertilize for a month or two, until the new plants become established. Pruning: Trim old and faded branches near the
great houseplants. One of those worth getting to know is the parlor palm, Chamaedorea elegans, an easy-care variety that adapts to the average indoor conditions that can mean death for some of its cousins. With dark green arched fronds and long, blade-like leaves, parlor palm tolerates a lack of light
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Prepare your houseplants for winter. Many of us like to give our indoor houseplants a summer vacation outside, but the summer break is about to end. It’s time to bring those plants back inside. During the summer you might have found that your plants grew a lot, and errant branches are in need of a little pruning
diseased. Repot plants whose roots are growing out of the drainage holes or are at the soil’s surface. Select a container that is only one size larger than the old one; otherwise top growth may be retarded while the roots try to fill up the extra space.Clean the leaves of dust and dirt that gathered during
find a houseplant that will fit your home and lifestyle best. You'd be surprised how much a few well-placed palms can add to a British Colonial interior.
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period. Repot any such plants and place a piece of wire screening over the drainage hole to keep out the little critters next year.)Before bringing plants indoors, treat them with an organic all-purpose plant spray for several weeks to get rid of small pests (those that you see and those that you don't)
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want to repot your plant and change the potting soil before bringing it in. Don’t do this for succulents, however, since they prefer to stay dry. Also spray your plants with a mild insecticidal soap a few days before bringing them in — look for one that is safe to use on organic gardens and around pets
winter. All houseplants should be positioned away from drafty doors and windows, as well as heating vents and radiators.
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pruning and repotting twice a year, can be kept as a houseplant for many years. Abutilon prefers a cool winter room and less water, followed by warmth and adequate moisture in the summer.Important considerations for overwintering outdoor plants:Location: Generally the best indoor location for any outdoor garden
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watering, repotting and generally caring for your houseplants, a little indoor potting station within reach can be a lifesaver. A sink in the mudroom or laundry room would be ideal, but the kitchen can work as well if you don’t have another option. Don’t the rustic wood counter and stone flooring shown here
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leafy houseplants has another benefit: We may think more creatively when we're around them.
Use plants to boost a space. Plants affect how a space smells and even its humidity level. Adding green, leafy houseplants has another benefit: We may
far as houseplants go, these are as close to coconut palms as it gets. The most affordable palm, and the easiest to find, is the dainty parlor palm (Chamaedorea elegans). Shown: Parlor palm
Palms for Indoors Palm trees are pretty common as houseplants, but not all of them really thrive indoors
leafy houseplants has another benefit: We may think more creatively when we're around them
common as houseplants, but not all of them really thrive indoors. Avoid palms labeled 'cat palm,' 'areca palm' or 'majesty palm.' One option is lady palm (Rhapis excelsa); it usually comes with a higher price tag, but its glossy, tropical-looking leaves and resilient nature make it well worth the investment
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Practice with houseplants. An easy way to begin experimenting with greens is to bring in more houseplants, potted trees, cut foliage and windowsill herbs. If you have neutral rooms, you will find they suddenly feel more interesting and dynamic with the addition of living green things.
Practice with houseplants. An easy way to begin experimenting with greens is to bring in more h
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Practice with houseplants. An easy way to begin experimenting with greens is to bring in more houseplants, potted trees, cut foliage and windowsill herbs. If you have neutral rooms, you will find they suddenly feel more interesting and dynamic with the addition of living green things.
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