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Your houseplants are more than just decorations, they’re working!

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All houseplants do good, but these are among the tops in air cleaning.

Bamboo Palm (Chamaedorea)– Feathery, Palmlike foliage, grows in low light; water frequently.

Chrysanthemum– potted, flowering mums don’t last long indoors, but they do their part for clean air while there. Grow them in bright light; water the top inch soil when dry.

Dracaena (corn plant)- These come in many different shapes, sizes, and colors. ‘Warneckii’ is varigated white and green; ‘Janet Craig’ has wider leaves; ‘tricolor’ shos gold, green and red on the leaves. Grows in low light, water only when top of the soil is dry.

Gerbera Daisy- Bright flowers for dark days, Grow gerberas in bright light and water reguarly. DO NOT LET SIT IN WATER.

Philodendron and pothos– Well known as trailing plants, these are hearty and can grow in low light. You can also not worry about forgetting to water it because it likes the soil to dry out completely before watering. There are many varieties but the shape of the leaves are all heart shaped.

Snake plant– This plant is almost indestructable; it has upright thick, swordlike leaves. The most common has a yellow stripe down the middle. Grow in low light, water occasionally.

Peace Lily– Elegant plant with glossy dark green foliage, and white lilylike flowers. Grown in Bright to low light. Water when soil is dry.

Spider plant–  The spider plant is one of the best at removing unwated molecules from the air. Bright light is best, as is regular watering.

If you would like more information on ANY plants, Please call 800-899-4050,  or stop in today! Bring one home and breathe easy!

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