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the foliage regularly with room-temperature water. Repotting: Likes to be crowded, so don't repot until the roots fill the pot — preferably in the spring
the foliage regularly with room-temperature water. Repotting: Likes to be crowded, so don't repot until the roots fill the pot — preferably in the spring
everywhere in interior design, but don't be deceived: Only a few make great houseplants. One of those worth getting to know is the parlor palm, Chamaedorea elegans
“Parlor palm” — emiliaandflynn
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
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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
stems. Be sure to remove any stems or leaves that are dead or diseased. Repot plants whose roots are growing out of the drainage holes or are at the soil’s
for a couple of rooms in your house. Do your research first, and find a houseplant that will fit your home and lifestyle best. You'd be surprised how much
Plant up your greensFill your home with as many houseplants as you can. Go for plants with decorative and sculptural leaves — the
“inside garden!” — Stephanie Mully
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affect how a space smells and even its humidity level. Adding green, leafy houseplants has another benefit: We may think more creatively when we're around them
Palms for Indoors Palm trees are pretty common as houseplants, but not all of them really thrive indoors. Avoid palms labeled 'cat palm
unparalleled for their large crowns of gracefully arching fronds. As far as houseplants go, these are as close to coconut palms as it gets. The most affordable
how a space smells and even its humidity level. Adding green, leafy houseplants has another benefit: We may think more creatively when we're around them
helping to reduce stress and fatigue and enhance productivity. Place some houseplants, particularly those with broad leaves, on your desk at work, in your home
“Bookshelves” — ac7373
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potting station. To make things easier for watering, repotting and generally caring for your houseplants, a little indoor potting station within reach can
6. Freshen up your space with plantsNot only do houseplants look lush, they can also help to improve air quality in the home. Some
Freshen up your space with plantsNot only do houseplants look lush, they can also help to improve air quality in the home. Some
“Bench” — missamy1974
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Amoroso Design
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Can someone please tell me where i can purchase a houseplant like this? I have always loved houseplants & trees, they just make the space look & feel so
Thanks for the name of the houseplant. It kinda looks like a banana palm. I'll be checking for it at indoor
5. Bring the houseplants center stage. Houseplants are all too often overlooked and given the role of supporting
art and ties rooms to the world outside the windows. If you don't have a houseplant already, you can get large palms and other architectural specimen plants
bird of paradise (Strelitzia nicolai) in the corner. If you're new to houseplants, follow the directions on the label or search online for helpful tips
direct) light so that it can be easily admired and healthier to boot.8 Houseplants You Can't Kill
“Arrangement” — meghancalhoun
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Maidenhair Fern While it is not the easiest houseplant for beginners to master, maidenhair fern (Adiantum) can be a wonderful
textured foliage. It needs to be kept moist, so it isn’t for the forgetful houseplant gardener. But if you can remember, it can reward you with beautiful greenery
about 3 feet tall in its natural habitat, but varieties produced for houseplants are commonly much smaller.
7. Maidenhair FernWhile it is not the easiest houseplant for beginners to master, maidenhair fern (Adiantum) can be a wonderful
textured foliage. It needs to be kept moist, so it isn’t for the forgetful houseplant gardener. But if you can remember, it can reward you with beautiful greenery
“Maidenhair Fern” — Pat Jonker
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
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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
Practice with houseplants. An easy way to begin experimenting with greens is to bring in more houseplants, potted trees, cut foliage and
Practise with houseplantsAn easy way to begin experimenting with greens is to bring in more houseplants, potted trees, cut foliage and
“Placing” — ndelapla
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Repotting. Repot your peace lily when the roots show or when it needs to be watered every few days. You should repot it every year or
at all. To check for a severely root-bound pot, which would necessitate repotting, hold the plant sideways and slide the pot off to see if the roots are
lilies bloom better when somewhat root bound. So if blooms are a priority, repot only if the leaves turn yellow or the plant seems to need watering more than
“purple/yellow/orange split” — deedeelib
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