Philodendrons make excellent houseplants because they require minimal care and grow in conditions that are considered comfortable by their owners. Philodendrons are also not prone to having insects on them. More »

Overall, philodendron plants require minimal care and grow well indoors, but keeping the soil moist ensures the plant remains healthy, and direct sunlight is best avoided if possible. Adding diluted liquid fertilizer onc... More »

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The heart-leaf philodendron is a low-maintenance houseplant known for its long, trailing vines and heart-shaped leaves. Follow a few simple steps in order to care for this plant and help it thrive. More »

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A philodendron is a tropical plant often used as a houseplant. As of September 2015, the World Checklist of Selected Plant Families recognized 489 species of philodendron. The WCSP is maintained by the Royal Botanic Gard... More »

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To eliminate fungus gnats, stop watering houseplants to allow the soil to dry out, and apply a biological agent or commercial insecticide to the soil. Use yellow sticky traps to capture adult gnats, and move damp materia... More »

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English ivy houseplants thrive with the correct amount of sunlight, water, fertilizer and pest control. Ivy loves sunlight and it grows best in a north or east facing window, though it also does well under fluorescent li... More »

Orchids make beautiful and unique houseplants. It is important to select the right variety of orchid for the growing conditions and to provide the proper care. More »

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