23 ROUGH AND TUMBLE PLANTS FOR THE HOME

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2. Arrowhead Vine

The arrowhead plant is well suited for being grown alone or in a mixed planting, whatever your taste dictates. As the plant grows and ages, however, it will begin to sprout vines. For this reason, we encourage you to grow it in a hanging basket, where the vines can truly flourish and drape in full view. It can also be planted on a pole or trellis to offer support.
The arrowhead plant is well suited for being grown alone or in a mixed planting, whatever your taste dictates. As the plant grows and ages, however, it will begin to sprout vines. For this reason, we encourage you to grow it in a hanging basket, where the vines can truly flourish and drape in full view. It can also be planted on a pole or trellis to offer support.

3. Boston Fern

The Boston fern, while a hardy plant, needs a cool place with decent humidity and some indirect light. It's a good idea to provide additional humidity in the dry winter months. It's the one key element to making this plant thrive. To help even further, make sure the soil is always damp, and try misting the plant with a sprayer. It's a very responsive plant, and you'll see the difference immediately.
The Boston fern, while a hardy plant, needs?a cool place with decent?humidity and some indirect light. It?s a good idea to provide additional humidity in the dry winter months. It?s the one key element to making this plant thrive. To help even further, make sure the soil is always damp, and try misting the plant with a sprayer. It?s a very responsive plant, and you?ll see the difference immediately.

4. Calathea

Calathea plants feature some of the most gorgeous foliage on earth, as you can see from our photo above. For indoor growing, you'll need indirect light so as to not fade the leaf colors, plus a solid amount of humidity. You'll want to keep its soil properly moist and avoid over-watering during winter. Of course, being perfect for indoors growth, it prefers warm conditions, above 60 degrees.
Calathea plants feature some of the most gorgeous foliage on Earth, as you can see from our photo above. For indoor growing, you?ll need indirect light so as to not fade the leaf colors, plus a solid amount of humidity. You?ll want to keep its soil properly moist and avoid over-watering during winter. Of course, being perfect for indoors growth, it prefers warm conditions, above 60 degrees.

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