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Some easy-to-care-for tropical houseplants include the dieffenbachia, areca palm and the dracaena, as noted on The Today Show and Better Homes and Gardens websites. Each plant has different humidity and lighting requirem...

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In order for moss to grow, it requires a damp environment or water, humidity, mild sunlight and a soil pH below 6.5. Mosses are flowerless plants that are usually green in color, even though their shades may vary dependi...

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The Sahara Desert is important because it is an international landmark that used to be an entirely rich and fertile farmland. Today, parts of the Sahara Desert are still fertile and help to support human and animal life.

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Some houseplants that do not require a lot of care include Norfolk Island pine and red-edge peperomia.Grape ivy, yellow-striped dracaena and fiddle-leaf fig are also good choices.

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One resource to identify houseplants is the Better Homes and Gardens Plant Encyclopedia. This online encyclopedia is a searchable database for identifying plants based on a variety of characteristics.

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Tropical houseplants are identified by big, bold, green leaves and colorful flower blooms. Their large leaves are mostly pale green with dark green edges. Another large-leafed plant common in homes is the Amazon elephant...

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Some popular tropical plants to grow as houseplants are Ti plants, Alocasia, Philodendrons, Colocasia and Bird of Paradise. They are easy to grow and some of the most sought after tropical plants available.

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