Now you can find your plants the easy way, by their common names in the House Plants Encyclopedia A-Z.
Here you'll discover profiles and care tips, plus pictures for identifying house plants. (Finally, you can get a positive I.D. on that exotic plant-in-a-basket you received for your birthday.)
Don't know where to start? The House Plants Encyclopedia A-Z is divided into 3 parts so you can find plants by category -- foliage, flowering or succulent varieties. They're listed by the house plants common names, followed by their botanical names.
Just click on a link below to go to the plant's profile page.
Clubmoss features fine, branching foliage that adds wonderful texture to a terrarium. Find out how to keep it lush and green.
Want an unusual plant? Check out the black bat flower. This rare, exotic flower has a "wing span" of nearly a foot. Oh, and it has whiskers, too.
Cape Sundew is one of the easiest -- and most fascinating -- carnivorous plants you can grow indoors.
You don't need to be a horticultural expert to grow house plants. But knowing your plants' preferences for light, water, and a few other things will keep them healthy and happy.
Browse through the House Plants Encyclopedia A-Z and you'll find lots of possibilities for plants that suit your home.
And care tips to help your plants grow and thrive. No special talents needed.
Discover how to know if your plant is thirsty, or more likely drowning...
the warning signs of too much fertilizer...
how to tell if your plant is getting enough sun...and more. It all starts here.
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