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If you are not satisfied with simply building a beautiful San Jose garden outdoors, you can also bring your love for gardening indoors with house plants. From dracaenas to ficus trees to pothos, there are a number of plants that can survive and thrive inside.

The key to taking care of house plants is finding out exactly what you need to do in order to keep them healthy once they come home from the nursery and garden center. For example, it’s helpful to know that dracaenas like moist soil and a temperature between 60 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Meanwhile, a ficus likes bright light and drained soil after it leaves the nursery. By following the guidelines for your house plant, you will raise it to grow tall and strong. You can also mix and match house plants in order to get a wide range of them inside your home.

101 House Plants Guide

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