Reviewed 5/01 Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service Page 1 of 4 Indoor Horticulture • HO-39-W Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service ¥ West Lafayette, IN Department of Horticulture Indoor Plant Care B. Rosie Lerner Indoor plants help create a pleasant home environment.
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INDOOR PLANTS With the increasing concern for the environment and the campaign against the use of cut flowers, indoor plants have now become a vital part of interior decoration.
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INDOOR PLANT CARE Because plants were invented a long time before houses there are no "true" indoor plants, however, many tropical species are well adapted to growth in the average home.
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