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How To Care for a Peace Lilly

August 31, 2020 by Kassi Kuppinger

Also known as a Spathiphyllum, these beautiful, lush plants add a lot to any room, filling space with its big green leaves, and adding a delicate touch with its elegant white flowers. This plant, despite its name, is not actually a true lily, however, it does resemble a calla lily. This, paired with its flowers (resembling a white flag of surrender), is where it gets it's name. Being very adaptable and easy to care for, this houseplant makes...

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How To Care For a Snake Plant

August 20, 2020 by Kassi Kuppinger

Snake plants come in many shapes, sizes, colors and patterns too! In addition to being beautiful, unique looking plants, they are also very easy to care for, doing best when they are all but forgotten about. These plants are a kind of succulent, and make the perfect companions for busy people and dark corners. However, even though they are quite durable and can tolerate a variety of conditions, there are still ways you can go wrong.

Sunlight

These...

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How To Care for an Aloe Vera

Aloe vera plants are a lovely kind of succulent that are easy to care for, have medicinal properties, and provide the perfect little pop of green for any corner of your home. We love our Aloe vera plants just as much as you do, so we have provided you with all of the information you should need to keep a happy, healthy plant!

Sunlight

These plants prefer bright, direct sunlight.

They will live fine with sparse, indirect sun, however their growth will slow...

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What Do Plants Symbolize?

Different plants have all sorts of different meanings, purposes and benefits. We compiled a list of some of our favorites. From physical healing properties, to thoughtful reminders, figure out how plants can benefit you in your day-to-day living!

Spider Plant

These plants, known for symbolizing mindfulness and health, are a great reminder to their owner to take care of themselves. Be mindful of your environment, and how it affects you. Be mindful of your thoughts, emotions,...

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20 Reasons Why Plants are Good for Your Health

Throughout history, humans have shown a consistent and irresistible tendency to seek out connections with nature and living things. This innate tendency is known as biophilia, and is transforming into a practice known as biophilic design, which is gaining increasing popularity as living plants are being incorporated into the environments we live in. With the increasing study of plants and the affects which they have on humans emotionally, mentally and physically, come increasing proof...

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