Master List of Low Light Indoor Plants
A Complete Guide to Lighting For Your Indoor Plants + Quiz • Vintage Revivals Low Light, Bright Indirect, Full Sun, learn what plant lighting means and the plants that thrive in them! Understand the lighting conditions in YOUR home! #houseplants #plantlighting
9 Types of Indoor Fruit Trees You Can Grow in Your Living Room
Yes, you can grow fruit trees indoors. Here are 9 low light options including lemon, orange, apricot, and fig that you can grow right in your living room.
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From Maine to Florida, we have been shipping the Ming Aralia (scientific name: Polyscias fruticosa) to customers who just love this elegant plant. With its lacy leaves, the Ming Aralia adorns any home or office. The Ming Aralia is easy to maintain as well as decorative, adding style and grace to their surroundings. Unlike plants that branch sideways, the Ming Aralia grows vertically. The Ming Aralia has bonsai qualities in that it is greatly improved by trimming and training. The tips of the…
Designing my Modern and Minimalist Living Room with Havenly
As a food and lifestyle blogger (and of course, YouTuber) my home is frequently the backdrop to many photographs and videos, so I wanted it to feel "me." Thankfully, Havenly helped me accomplish that and blend my modern, minimalist, Scandinavian and SoCal-influenced style into one cohesive living room space.
14+ Graceful Big Plants Decor Ideas
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Potted Bliss: Indoor Plants 101
I have been inspired recently to add something living to my interior design scheme - something green and sculptural, to add interest, height and balance to my living room. Here are my three top contenders: 1. The Fiddle Leaf Fig A sub-tropical variety of fig, this plant is designed for hot dry climates and needs very little water (tick!). It’s a slow grower (but can reach up to 12ft!) a...