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10 Flowers That Don't Require Lots of Your Attention

Adding a bit color to your backyard with a bunch of beautiful flowers sounds like a great idea. Until your favourite buds and leaves turn yellow and eventually die. Don’t get discouraged if this one of your many failed attempts to grow a lush flower garden. Gardening has its fair share of difficulties, but some plants can make it even worst. If you are not blessed with a green thumb or you simply can’t dedicate enough time to your garden, then you can try these easy-care plants that won’t die on you.

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Ten Plants for Indoors Growing for Beginners

The snake plant is commonly referred to as the mother-in-law’s tongue or St George’s Sword due to its blade-like appearance. This variety isn’t a fan of bright lights favoring low lighting and humidity. Snake plants can also remove nasty odors and toxic contents from the air.

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A Few Tips on Gardening for Beginners

Light is by far one of the most important elements for a plant. Those green leaves are giant solar panels, which through phototaxis, or movement in response to light, position themselves strategically to often capture as much sun as they need. Before choosing a plant that you really want; consider the light conditions of your apartment, house or room first. Then narrow down your choices.

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