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    indoor houseplant help: tips and resources for keeping indoor plants alive

    The snake plant: tolerant of low light levels and irregular watering. As a matter of fact, during winter it only needs to be watered every couple of months! And NASA found the snake plant to be one of the best plants for improving indoor air quality.

    5 Rules For Keeping Houseplants Alive | Gardening

    .This indoor Plant Stand, instead of the Antique bird cage from Antique store with two live birds in it that could talk? lol hmm?

    10 Indoor Plants You Can't Kill

    DIY instructions: this would be a perfect stand for a cascade. Easily change the height to suit your tree. Express personality w/ wood types, textures & stains

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    Plants that help clean indoor air

    Display your plants on Nesting Branch Plant Stands, Set of 3 | gardeners.com

    Six easy-to-maintain houseplants that do well in low-light rooms. I've just added these to my dark, wood paneled office.

    Guide to indoor houseplants that can survive with little sunlight

    If you’re looking for a stylish yet minimalist plant stand, this do-it-yourself Mid-Century inspired planter is a simple solution for your indoor plant storage needs

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    Down to Earth Style: Preserved Boxwood Makeover

    How to Grow Avocados at Home — and 15 Other Plants to Grow Indoors!

    I need to remember this for next year when planting my patio pots!

    Indoor plant shelf....would be awesome above dining room window.

    Indoor: Orange Jessamine--can tolerate lower light, but might not bloom; flowers smell like orange blossoms; leaves also have scent if you rub them

    Uma prateleira ~reutilizar uma antiga fruteira~ para colocá-la na varanda.

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    Aloe A spiky succulent with toothed leaves, gray-green aloe (Aloe vera) has earned its place in many homes for its ability to soothe skin and help burns heal. It's a slow-growing plant that eventually gets 3 feet tall and wide. Aloe prefers bright light