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Houseplants 101: Choosing the Right Indoor Greenery

From low-maintenance ficus trees to fickle ferns, check out these designer-approved houseplants and our tips for keeping them lush and lovely.
  • Keri Sanders

    Houseplants Guide : Decorating : Home & Garden Television

  • Liesa

    Houseplants 101: Choosing the Right Indoor Greenery : Decorating : HGTV

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