house plant


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houseplant

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(Plants) a plant that can be grown indoors
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Aunt Jamesina, too, had written, saying that she was keeping the hearth-fire alight, and that the cats were all well, and the house plants doing fine.
Can I put a house plant on a windowsill with a radiator underneath?
It is a relatively easy house plant to take care of.
Use a general purpose house plant liquid feed from below by sitting the plants in a bowl of diluted feed for an hour or so.
I think in general, it is beneficial for the house plants to get some natural warmth and increased light and I'm sure if I were a house plant I would prefer it.
Incorporating the belief of Feng Shui into house plant decorating can be extremely beneficial.
com)-- Calloway's and Cornelius Nursery has just the solution for that empty space where the Christmas tree once stood — add a little nature and some fresh air with a new house plant.
American and French scientists have created a caring house plant equipped with motion sensors and cameras to gather information, complete with a computerized brain that learns its owner's routines and can tell if they stray from the norm.
Whereas most previous studies of the association between cancer and pesticide exposure have focused on occupational exposure, Kato and colleagues also asked about home exposure to products such as mothballs, flea and ant killers, head lice treatments, and house plant products.
WHEN it's still dark and dreich outside, at this time of year you need a flowering house plant to bring a ray of sunshine into your life.
Light, temperature, air, humidity, water and nutrition are basic requirements that vary with each type of house plant.
Place SunStick Home atop a house plant in the desired location of the home, such as on a table in the living room, and watch the color transformation.