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Houseplants are ornamental plants that are grown indoors, typically in homes and offices. They are often used for decorative purposes, but they can also have practical benefits.

There are many different types of houseplants to choose from. The most common types are tropical or semi-tropical. Including flowering plants, succulents or cacti. Some common indoor plants include the snake plant, spider plant, aloe vera and pothos.

Houseplants can be grown in pots, containers, or hanging baskets and placed on windowsills, tables, or shelves. They typically require indirect sunlight, water, and appropriate temperatures to thrive. While regular care and maintenance is important for their health and longevity.

Find all of the most popular houseplants here. Tips and growing requirements to keep your indoor plants thriving.

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