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"Frisk Your Houseplants" ... Many plants, including aloe, ivies, and amaryllis, can be toxic to dogs and cats. For a complete list, check with the ASPCA, aspca.org. If you are a plant-lover, set your greenery on sturdy bases so a hearty dog-cat chase won't knock them over.

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Best Houseplants for Bedrooms

Arrowhead Vine Cleans Air in your Home...You can use it in a hanging basket, train it up a moss pole, or keep it clipped to the shape you like it. In a bedroom, let the soft-looking leaves trail down the side of a dresser or armoire. Botanical name: Syngonium podophyllum Size: 6 inches to 3 feet tall and wide Growing conditions: Low to medium light; 60-75 degrees F; evenly moist soil

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How to Grow an Aloe Plant With Just an Aloe Leaf

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Dress Up Your Home With These Indoor Plants That Don't Need Sunlight

Guide to indoor houseplants that can survive with little sunlight

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5 Things a Dog Might Do If They Have Cancer

5 Things a dog might do if they have cancer.

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Propagating Houseplants

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12 Plants For Your Bedroom to Help You Sleep

For Dena...Peace Lily removes ammonia in the air. Leaves are poisonous in large quantities. Three diff varieties. Low light, weekly watering, blooms year-round

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20 Super-Easy Houseplants You'll Love

Super-Easy Houseplants: Aloe, Anthurium, Asparagus Fern, Peace Lily, Peperomia, Snake Plant, Cast-Iron Plant, Christmas Cactus, Dieffenbachia, Chinese Evergreen, Dracaena, English Ivy, Ficus, Hoya, Parlor Palm, Philodendron, Spider Plant, Tradescantia, Plectranthus, Arrowhead Vine

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Common House Plants that are Toxic to Pets — ASPCA

Common house plants that are toxic to pets. • Aloe Vera • Asian Lily • Asparagus Fern • Begonia • Baby's Breath • Calla Lily • Corn Plant • Cycads (Sago Palm, Fern Palm • Geranium • Jade Plant • Pencil Cactus • Ribbon Plant (Corn Plant, Cornstalk Plant, Dracaena, Dragon Tree) • Tulip For a full listing of toxic plants for pets, please see ASPCA's searchable database.

Aloe vera is great for your skin even if you are not sunburned. I use natural aloe vera on my face and body if I want to have a natural shine without the oil.

Hindu Rope plant, unusual, flowering, easy care, non-poisonous. Perfect #houseplants for Mother's Day. http://www.houseplant411.com/houseplant/hindu-rope-plant

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How to Get Rid of Fruit Flies Breeding in Plant Dirt

How to Get Rid of Fruit Flies Breeding in Plant Dirt; here's the article I couldn't find on Pinterest. I'm having a hell of a time ridding myself of the fruit flies that've been breeding in my potted plants.

Jade plants need full sun in order to grow properly and need to be drained well. Allow the soil to dry out completely before each watering. Softening leaves indicate it’s time for more water. cast iron plants can handle low light, extreme temperatures and can survive for a good length without water. However, It’s still a good idea to keep the soil moist for healthy growth by watering every 2-3 weeks.

DID YOU KNOW: Used coffee grounds improve soil quality for houseplants. I mixed 2 tablespoons of freshly used coffee grounds into a very tired and dying potted plant's soil, saturated it thoroughly, then set it in bright sunlight for a few hours. The plant has completely revived.

Never Pay For Onions Again: Grow Them Indoors! This page has all sorts of interesting ideas for growing plants indoors.

Houseplants tip: Save the water from cooking pasta. Let it cool, then use it to water houseplants.If the soil of your houseplants get algae, loosen the dirt in your pots periodically. Open the doors and windows when temperatures permit to give your house a change of air. This will benefit you and your houseplants. Re-invigorate your houseplants by removing the top 1/4 inch of soil and top-dressing with fresh potting soil.