Houseplant

IMPATIENS

Impatiens provide loads of color with little effort in shady places in the garden. Most commonly, impatiens come in softer pastel shades, but some species come in warm colors like yellow, coral, and orange as well. Some varieties also offer double flowers that look almost like mini roses. With their quick growth habit, impatiens are …

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GERANIUM IVY

Ivy geraniums are another popular variety of  geranium. These plants have more of a trailing habit with segmented leaves like ivy. Overall, blooms of the geranium ivy are very similar to the zonal geranium. They have smaller bloom clusters flowers and are perfect for hanging baskets.  

SPIDER PLANT ‘Airplane Plant’

A vintage favorite in the houseplant world, spider plant has been enjoyed in Victorian parlors as much as in studio lofts a century later. They’re super-easy to grow, tolerate all levels of light, and they don’t mind if you miss a weekly watering. Spider plant, also called airplane plant, grows well in containers or hanging …

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SETCREASEA

Setcreasea is a native of central-southern Mexico and makes an easy-to-grow colorful groundcover in each of its several forms. The colorful plants creep along the ground on lax stems and produce small but attractive light lavender, butterfly-attracting flowers. This weeping tendency can be put to good use in the garden if you let your setcreasea …

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