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The zeezee plant and the snake plant it has been said, "are two indoor house plants that are impossible to kill." They tolerate neglect and can be placed in areas of your home that receives very little light.

ZZ Plant Care Instructions: How To Grow ZZ Plants

The zeezee plant and the snake plant it has been said, "are two indoor house plants that are impossible to kill." They tolerate neglect and can be placed in areas of your home that receives very little light. From Gardens Outdoor

If you long for a more beautiful backyard space, but lack the funds to hire a landscape designer, check out these DIY design tips and tricks to improve your outdoor space on a dime.

50 Ideas That Will Beautify Your Yard (Without Breaking the Bank)

50 Ideas That Will Beautify Your Yard (Without Breaking the Bank) If you long for a more beautiful backyard space, but lack the funds to hire a landscape designer, check out these DIY design tips and tricks to improve your outdoor space on a dime.

Purple Shamrock Plant (Oxalis regnellii 'Francis') - Indoor and Windowsill Plants - Indoor

If Only I Had a Green Thumb: Purple Shamrock Plant (Oxalis regnellii 'Francis') Bright purple, triangular-shaped leaves and pink blossoms. Grow in moist soil in bright, indirect light.

These 20 low light indoor plants can grow in less than optimal light conditions. Some require bright diffused light and other can do well even in dark corners.

Low Light Indoor Plants - My 20 Favorite House Plants

Growing plants indoors can be a challenge because of light. These 20 low light indoor plants will all do well in homes with lower light levels.

Learn how to paint terra cotta pots in this DIY tutorial. A great idea to turn ordinary clay pots into shabby classy pots!

How to Paint Terra Cotta Pots with Spray Paint

Spray Paint Pots DIY ~ Mary Wald's Place - Learn how to paint terra cotta pots in this DIY tutorial. A great idea to turn ordinary clay pots into shabby classy pots!

Tropical hibiscus - a touch of tropics. It forms blooms up to 8" on a shrubby upright plant that you can train to grow as a tree. Individual blossoms last only a day or 2, but bloom freely from late spring through fall-winter. Keep the soil uniformly moist & give much indoor light to keep it blooming.  Growing Conditions: Bright to intense light; 55-70 degrees F.; keep soil evenly moist  Size: To 6 feet tall and 4 feet wide

24 Beautiful Blooming Houseplants

Hibiscus - Indoors is ultimate tropical plant. Huge blooms in many colors. Can be trained to grow as a tree. Blooms last a day or two, but with enough light blooms spring to fall. Keep uniformly moist.

Monster Greenery: Create an Indoor Jungle with these Large Indoor Plants

Create an Indoor Jungle with these Large Indoor Plants

Home Bunch recommends not scrimping on lighting. Lights can make a big difference in the entry way of your home, and they help to make the porch more useable in the evenings.

19 Things You Should Put on Your Front Porch

Love these plants for the front planter box - create a sense of privacy at the front door. Shade loving container gardening, planters for front porch, ferns, hydrangea and sweet potato vine. Gorgeous and welcoming.

Indoor: Orange Jessamine--can tolerate lower light, but might not bloom; flowers smell like orange blossoms; leaves also have scent if you rub them

Top Fragrant Houseplants

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