The Indoor Gardener

From fragrant windowsill herbs and cute tabletop terrariums to beautiful houseplants—check out our fun ideas and helpful advice for both edible and ornamental indoor gardens.

Tough Houseplants

Houseplants You Can't Kill

Remedy a black thumb by choosing these easy-to-care-for houseplants. Once you have established a houseplant, make sure you know the warning signs of a dying plant and how to adjust for any houseplant problems.
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Your Guide to Succulents

Succulents are the perfect plants—exotically shaped and so easy to care for! Find out how to help them thrive in your garden or on your patio. We've also included tips on finding the right succulent soil and expert advice on watering your succulents.
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Indoor Plants for Low Light

Is your basement in need of a few indoor plants? Looking to add life to your office desk? Some of the most colorful and easy-care indoor plants thrive in low-light conditions, and you can use them in almost every room in your home. Be sure to rotate your plants every few weeks so that the side of the plant facing the wall is getting its fair share of sun. Check out the most popular houseplants for dark rooms; these plants are known for longevity in low-light conditions.
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Propagating Houseplants

You can inexpensively multiply your houseplant collection by propagating the plants you already have. Here are the proper techniques for each type of propagation: stem cuttings, leaf cuttings, layering, seed, and root division.
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Houseplant Care 101

Houseplant Care Guide

Knowing how to take care of houseplants will keep your plants in tip-top shape. Follow these tips for beautiful, healthy results.
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Secrets to a Successful Indoor Garden

Can't keep that so-called "indestructible" houseplant alive? There may be a reason why. See our secrets to keeping your indoor plants thriving all year.
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Houseplant Condition Requirements


11 Plants That Will Grow Better in Your Bathroom

Do you feel like a serial houseplant killer? You might want to try growing these 11 plants—in your bathroom, nonetheless.