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This lush house palm is a great in­spi­ra­tion if you’re dream­ing of a sea­side es­cape be­sides fill­ing the cor­ners beau­ti­fully. It can grow to about 7 feet for a dra­matic touch in a room, but a smaller pot will keep it con­tained if you’d like it to stay smaller. It does well in in­di­rect light. The soil needs to be some­what dry, wa­ter­ing once or twice a week.


This is more like an in­door tree. Its shiny leaves add cheer to any space. Fills a cor­ner well or even works as a high­lighter by it­self. This tree likes the full sun, or at least bright fil­tered light. Most va­ri­eties pre­fer sev­eral days of dry soil in be­tween wa­ter­ing ev­ery few days.


Dracaena re­flexa, com­monly called Song of In­dia, is a species of Dracaena which is a trop­i­cal tree na­tive to Mada­gas­car, Mau­ri­tius, and other nearby is­lands of the In­dian Ocean. These spiky plants look al­most like large blades of grass. Thrives in mod­er­ate sun­light and needs water about once a week.


What’s bet­ter than one spi­der plant? A bunch of tiny off­shoots from the main mother! Spi­der plants come in a num­ber of va­ri­eties, and work well as hang­ing plants or kept above a ledge. Spi­der plants do well with evenly moist soil and bright or medium light­ing con­di­tions. wa­ter­ing 2-3 times a week will have it thriv­ing.

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