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1. Dial back water. Most houseplants, with a few exceptions, go dormant in winter and need far less water than they do the rest of the year. How frequently you need to water depends on the plant type, temperature and dryness of your indoor environment and plant’s placement (mainly, how far it is from a radiator or other heating unit). Allowing the soil to dry out between waterings can help prevent root rot.
10. Buy a plant. If you’re looking for a big payback with minimal effort, rather than a big project involving disruption or money, then treat yourself to a new houseplant. They’re having something of a hipster moment, and they’ll cheer you up and reconnect you with nature after being cooped up all winter.Discover 10 top plants to grow indoors Share: What projects are you planning at the moment? Tell us in the Comments below.More: 25 Great Home Projects and What They Cost
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3. Come in una foresta tropicale Se amate l’effetto giungla, optate per le numerose piante tropicali: Musa ornata (banano), filodendro (in foto), la Dieffenbachia dalle belle foglie verde chiaro screziate di bianco crema (ma attenzione perché è velenosa) e la Dracena.