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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.
Sally Ogden, assistant buyer for house plants from B&Q said: "Still the most popular seller in our store is the flowering house plant because they brighten up a room instantly.
The Pocket Vegetable Expert and The Pocket House Plant Expert are smaller versions of the two best-selling full-size Expert titles - The Vegetable and Herb Expert and The House Plant Expert.
The House Plant Expert has sold 14 million copies since 1960, making it the world's most popular horticultural book.
This popular Christmas house plant, closely related to peppers, chillies, aubergines, potatoes and a tropical fruit called naranjilla (Solanum quitoense) has been around in various forms for many years and has swung in and out of popularity with other winter house plants.
What is the common name for the house plant Monstera deliciosa?
THESE rustic-look fairy lights are a great addition to any home for Christmas - and when the seasonal fun is over you can wind them through a house plant, along a mantelpiece or over a curtain pole to enjoy all year long.
During the other 10 hours, treat it like any other house plant.
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.
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.
HERE is your chance to win a copy of The House Plant Expert: Book Two.
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.