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.
When you have got house plants, do make sure they're well displayed, not dotted around willy-nilly simply covering bits of the mantelpiece.
The water that is poured out is mineral-rich and can be productively used for watering house plants.
Tiny creatures will gladly make your house plants their home unless you stop them.
Success with house plants depends a lot on knowing where they come from and the kind of conditions which will make them really happy - and that includes selecting the right compost to grow them in.
House plants can make a statement or blend into most any background.
Like puppies and kittens, many house plants can grow up faster than seems possible.
The house plants thrive close to window light, and their leaves help block the view of the neighbor's wall.
This is a good time of the year to re-pot house plants which are in danger of out-growing their pots and need a change of compost.
When light is dim, air is dry, and care sporadic, most house plants drop their leaves in distress.
QA COUPLE of my house plants are looking really tired.