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House Plants That Keep Spiders Away

by Jourdan Townsend
Many people have the misconception that spiders move into homes when the weather becomes colder, but this is generally untrue. The spiders that you might find indoors are adapted to living inside, no matter what the weather outside --and many even prefer it. While spiders are most often harmless and...

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