Indoor Plants

Gardens & Landscapes March 26, 2008|Print

Indoor Plants | Selection | Care and Management | Problems

Growing plants indoors adds beauty to homes and buildings by softening harsh architectural features or by enlivening a space with color. Some indoor plants have been shown to improve indoor air quality, while all provide a year-round opportunity for gardeners to stay connected with plants, despite the weather outdoors.

  • The links in the navigation box are your gateway to learning more about indoor plants. Begin by clicking "Selection."

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