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Snake plant pictured. It sounds like easy-care, drought-resistant types, such as snake plant (Sansevieria), ZZ plant (Zamioculcas), and corn plant (Dracaena), are best for you. These varieties all tolerate low light well and are great picks for growing in the office under desk lights.

Quadrant Plant Stand with Four Planters (C)... sadly to buy these 3 stands and 12 planters at the store would set one back about 800$. I'm thinking these could easily be made.

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The 15 easiest indoor house plants that won't die on you

Snake Plant How to care for it: This house plant favors low humidity and also low light, making it great for rooms with few windows. It prefers moist soil throughout the pot and tolerates standard temperatures ranging to about 85 degrees.

Snake plant (Sanseviera). This plant can handle very low light levels, such as bathrooms without windows and dim inside corners.

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15 houseplants for improving indoor air quality

best house plants - Snake Plant - yes! I sooo agree! I started with one, now have 6 and have killed everything else1

Plants - Equisetum aka "horsetail rush" or Pencil Cactus. Best grown in medium to wet soils (even up to 4" of standing water) in full sun to part shade. Very tolerant plant which is why it does so well in containers.

Macetas blancas bajas, con cabezas. Se apoyan sobre una base de piedra. Se puede combinar alternando macetas (altas) con flores estacionales. Para el costado entrada.

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Planting under stairs - Casa Marielitas by Estudio Dayan Arquitectos


Kevin's Houseplant Ideas and Care Tips

Plant as Pirvacy Screen for indoor window: Sansevieria. The sansevieria (mother-in-law's tongue) in my bedroom window is a perfect indoor hedge. Planted in one long container, it provides privacy without sacrificing light. Sansevieria need watering once a month and love the shade but will adapt to light. Consider Nephrolepis exaltata for the planter.