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How to Care for Hens and Chicks Plants

How to Care for Hens and Chicks Plants

hens and chicks plants Hens and chicks are small succulent plants, which vary widely in size, shape, leaf colour, and texture. These succulents make good indoor plants with interesting appearance: some people are fascinated by their overall shape and form, others...

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How to Take Care of Orchids

How to Take Care of Orchids

Orchids are one of the most interesting house plants that form colourful and fascinating flowers. Many people avoid growing orchids in their homes because they can be demanding. However, orchids can be less demanding if you choose to grow the right varieties. Orchid...

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Caring for Fig Trees

Caring for Fig Trees

Fig tree is an important flowering plant grown commercially for its fruits and for decorative purposes around homes and gardens. Figs generally flourish better in warm climate with minimal care, but can also be grown in more temperate regions with a bit of extra...

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Hens and chicks are small succulent plants, which vary widely in size, shape, leaf colour, and texture. These succulents make good indoor plants with interesting appearance: some people are fascinated by their overall shape and form, others for their foliage effects and beautiful flowers.

Hens and chick plants

Elephant ears are flowering herbaceous plants known for their very large heart-shaped or arrow-shaped leaves on long stalks rising directly from the large corm on or just below the ground surface. They are valued mainly for their buoyant fancy foliage, some for both foliage and flowers; which provide fascinating tropical effects in any landscape.

Elephant ear plants

Snake plant is one of the most interesting houseplants, easy to grow, undemanding, pleasing to the eye, requires less watering, and thrives with minimal care. Sansevierias are attractive plants, variegated, and can easily be recognized by their sword-shaped foliage that grows upright. The foliage grows directly from the thick rhizome (underground stem) that runs just below the surface of the potting mixture.

Snake plants or Sansevieria

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