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Most houseplants will tolerate a few days' absence without suffering, but absences of more than a week call for some creative measures to provide valuable moisture in the right quantity...All houseplants benefit from efforts to provide water during holidays, except for cacti and succulents which can tolerate longer periods of time without water...In the winter houseplants can be left for a week or two with no attention, except to ensure that the temperature does not fall below the minimum they can...
Houseplants come in all shapes and sizes, many with architecturally stunning foliage, and others with beautiful blooms in every colour...Most houseplants thrive in warm rooms and even temperatures all year round...Houseplants can suffer from a few pest and diseases such as aphids , red spider mite , mealy bug and scale insect...
Discover the best houseplants to suit your office, home or indoor space...With a wide range of houseplants to choose from, you can be spoilt for choice and end up choosing the wrong plant for the wrong place...Houseplants have been part of our homes for centuries
Suprisingly, houses can be challenging places for houseplants...To help raise humidity levels further, group houseplants together...Flowering houseplants for warm-room temperatures of around 20°C (68°F
As well as looking good, houseplants support human health in homes, offices, school and hospitals...Can growing houseplants really help turn our homes, schools and workplaces into better places to be...Also night-time release of carbon dioxide by houseplants is unlikely to be a problem, as emission levels are very low
Consider the environment and place the houseplant in a more suitable position ? houseplants benefit from brighter positions, south facing windowsills for example, in winter when light levels are lower...Some houseplants, such as Plumbago auriculata , produce a natural whitish deposit on the underside of the leaves
Green up your indoor space with some of the amazing houseplants found at this year?s show...The popularity of houseplants is on the rise, especially for people who don?t have a garden or no access to outdoor spaces in urban areas...Some houseplants can be grown without soil or compost
houseplants...Begonias such as Begonia Rex and Begonia metallica are popular houseplants grown for their attractive foliage or flowers...Houseplants
RHS grows houseplant and floristry offering as indoor gardening blooms...RHS retail already stock more than 400 varieties of houseplant and locally sourced bouquets at RHS Garden Wisley in Surrey...The garden has also recently announced a Giant Houseplant Takeover in its temperate glasshouse from next January
Houseplants get supersized: As houseplants migrate from shelves and windowsills to more central locations in the home, buyers will increasingly seek larger, show-stopping varieties
The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.