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Types Of Plants That Can Actually Absorb Moisture From The Air – Dehumidifying Plants

It’s no secret that I am obsessed with my houseplants. I have over 100 of them at this point, ranging from orchids to cacti (and even succulents), all tucked away inside various rooms around our apartment. I’m not alone either — it turns out people can’t get enough of their potted friends too. According to …

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No Windows? No Problem! With These Easy Tips, You’ll Be Growing Plants In No Time

There is something about the idea of a windowless office space that seems to inspire people to find ways for plants to grow there. Although it might seem impossible at first glance, several species of indoor plants will actually survive and flourish in rooms lacking natural light sources. Of course, you’ll have to consider what …

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Why Succulents are Trending as The “New” Houseplant

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After being a bit out of favor for a long time, the houseplants are back and they are getting the appreciation they deserve. For a long time the windowsill plants had been replaced by some large plants in the house.

The “revival” started a bit with the arrival of the increasingly affordable butterfly orchid (Phalaenopsis). Houseplants with distinctive foliage are popular now, but a group of plants that are very popular with a whole new generation of plant enthusiasts are the succulent and the cactus.

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