The Complete Houseplant Bible
There is an enormous variety of houseplants available today, but choosing the right plants and creating an environment in which they will thrive can be a daunting task. The Complete Houseplant Bible aims to overcome this with expert advice on achieving successful results every time.
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Aglaonema attractive avoid ex Begonia bloom bracts bromeliads bulbs cacti Cissus rhombifolia climbers colour compact compost potting soil conservatory container direct summer sun direct sun Dracaena epiphytic evergreen Fatshedera lizei Feed regularly feeding Water freely feeding Water mod ferns Ficus flowering plants foliage plants freely from spring genus green leaves grown growth Helpful hints Temperature hints Temperature Aim hints Temperature Winter houseplants Humidity Tolerates dry Humidity Undemanding hybrids indoors keep the plant leaf leaves occasionally leaves regularly look Mist the leaves Philodendron pink plantlets posing to direct Position Good light pot plants Propagation Cuttings Propagation Division Propagation Seed regularly in summer Rhoicissus roots rosette saintpaulias shade shrubs soft water sold Soleirolia soleirolii sparingly in winter spring to autumn stems succulents tall Temperature Winter minimum Tillandsia Tolerates dry air usually variegated varieties Vriesea water if possible Watering and feeding weak fertilizer Winter minimum 13°C yellow young plants