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The 7 Best Houseplants for Low Light Conditions

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Pothos plant, or Epipremnum aureum, is an easygoing indoor plant valued for its shiny green foliage and cascading growth. The pothos plant can grow up to 18 inches tall, and the vines can reach 10 feet long. The plant produces dark green foliage that adds to any home decor.

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from Architectural Digest

How to Make Bathroom Plants Work with Minimal Space, Low Lighting, and Other Decor Dilemmas

Best plants for low light: Snake plant, zz plant, pothos, heart-leaf philodend plants require natural sunlight. Best plants for high humidity: Ferns, peace lily, fittonia, polka-dot plant, and rex begonia.Don't put plants in a space without it. Analyze your space and be realistic about the types of plants that will survive there. If you don’t have any natural light sources, “be sure to move the plant to a location with natural light a few days a week and keep an eye on the health of the…

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from Etsy

Hanging Plant Holder, Indoor Plant Hanger, Macrame Flower Pot Hanging Planter, Turquoise and Purple, Jute Rope, Hippie Patio Décor

This jute color macrame hanging plant holder features hippie flowers made of turquoise wood beads and purple accents along with hand-knotted twists, loops and a beaded tassel! This indoor plant hanger is available in multiple sizes which can hold a 4, 6, or 8 pot and saucer. Grow anything from a small cactus to a trailing pothos vine! Recommended for indoor use or sheltered patio areas. I hand dye the beads and seal them with a non-toxic wood sealant. This keeps them colorfast (color wont…

from Apartment Therapy

New Home Decor Plant Trend: The Pothos Plant

pothos plant (Epipremnum aureumis) is their rapid transformations. They start as a small cluster of leaves but then explode into dazzlingly long vines of verdant green. And, in my personal experience, they've been easy to care for.

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from Geeks Of Gardens

How to Prepare Plants to Come Into the House After Being Outside for the Summer

How to Prepare Plants to Come Into the House After Being Outside for the Summer | eHow