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 Can you put a houseplant in an aquarium?

Answer Most house plants are not aquatic, and would drown in an aquarium. If you would like to add live plants to your aquarium setup, search for "aquatic plants" on the internet. Some favorites include: ... Read More »
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Can a croton be a houseplant?

Croton plants are colorful shrub plants that can be grown indoors. Place your potted croton near a window; crotons enjoy warmth, but avoid direct sunlight, according to the Green Zone Life website.... Read More »
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How to Identify a Houseplant?

It’s important to correctly identify your houseplants so that you can look up the care requirements of the plant. Common names can be helpful but knowing the Latin or scientific name of your plan... Read More »
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Houseplant Watering Systems?

Houseplants have specific water requirements, which vary by species, location, temperature and type of pot. Automatic watering systems can help a forgetful houseplant caretaker maintain healthy pla... Read More »
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How do I care for an emina houseplant?

Sunlight and HeatPlace emina (Boston fern) in moderate sunlight, such as next to a window covered by a sheer curtain or 3 to 5 feet from a bright window. Grow emina in temperatures of 60 to 75 degr... Read More »
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