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5 Tips for Healthy Houseplants

By Chelsea Fuss |

Now that the Christmas decorations are gone, it’s time to spruce up the indoors for winter. I always like to buy a new batch of houseplants to freshen up my space. Sometimes growing plants indoors can be a little bit tricky. Here are a few tips I’ve learned over the years working as a gardener and florist as well as growing my own plants at home. This year I am trying to winter over some geraniums and have taken several of these tips to heart and have found great success so far. Included are some of my favorite products to keep your plants looking green all winter. Click through for the products and tips!

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5 Tips for Healthy Houseplants

Tip #1 Dead Head Your Plants

Be sure and remove yellow or dead leaves and blossoms from stems and from around the base of the plant. For some soft-stemmed plants, like geraniums, it's better to simply break off the stem with your fingers. For regular hardy stems, use clippers like these.
$12 Brook Farm General Store

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Chelsea Fuss is blogger and prop stylist who blogs daily at Frolic!

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