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Indoor plant stands are an attractive, practical way to show off your prized plants. Discover new ideas for displaying house plants with stylish plant stands.
Flaming Katy (Kalanchoe blossfeldiana) is one of the few succulents grown just for its blooms. Get Kalanchoe plant care for potting, fertilizing, watering.
How to grow Purple Heart Plant indoors. Caring for Tradescantia pallida is easy and its bunches of purple foliage make it a beautiful house plant.
Get the list of house plants safe for cats. Discover which indoor plants are non-toxic to make your home feline-friendly, giving you peace of mind.
Gerbera Daisies will love your sunny windowsill. Their vivid colors are sure to brighten your view.
Give Coral Bead Plant a bright spot on your patio for a splash of orange-red color. This unusual beauty loves the cooler weather.
Just when most flowering plants are slowing down, Mona Lavender sends up tall spikes of lavender-blue flowers from autumn and right into winter.
Although small, Watermelon Peperomia makes a dramatic houseplant. Find out how to water, fertilize, repot and grow Peperomia argyreia indoors.
Florist Chrysanthemum varieties all have big, beautiful flowers crowning a mass of dark-green foliage. Find out how to grow indoor mums and keep them blooming.
Shorter days and cooler nights bring on an annual show of spectacular autumn color.
But you don't have to go outdoors to enjoy dramatic colorful foliage. The gold, orange, red and green of croton plant adds a warm, tropical feel to a room.
Don't overlook prayer plant for striking patterned foliage. Best known for its folding leaves, this rainforest native-turned-house plant is simply beautiful.
Leaf for leaf, no other plant can match coleus plant's bold patterns and vibrant colors. This garden favorite makes an easy house plant. If you can still find one at the garden center, buy it. You'll love growing this colorful gem indoors, too.