Remember when you got your first apartment or home?  I remember my friends telling me to get lots of house plants. I did and even hung a few from my ceilings, but a green thumb I did not have, and many did not survive very long.

That made me I'm sorry to say move on to a few plastic ones.  They looked a bit real, lol. Well, maybe not so much.

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Folks did tell me that maybe I didn't have enough light or sun for indoor plants.  Plus some are easier to take care of than others. Plus according to wzzm13.com, there are many different varieties of plants that don't mind darker rooms in your home.

Plants That Like Dark Rooms

Here are a few that enjoy darker rooms in the house. The Ivy, ZZ Plant, Snake Plant, and Pothos are a few that are not a fan of the sun and like to sit in the corner of your home.

Also, did you ever wonder why your plant leaves turn yellow, It’s not as critical as it may seem according to familyhandyman.com? Yellow leaves can be fixed.

Why Do Leaves Turn Yellow On House Plants?

Check it out, the most common causes for houseplant leaves turning yellow is too much watering and maybe even underwatering.

When there is not enough water in the soil, the plant finds it difficult to accumulate the proper nutrients it needs to photosynthesize,” notes Andrew Gaumond, horticulturist, botanist, and director of content at Petal Republic. “A result of this is the lack of chlorophyll, which causes the leaves to turn yellow.

 

Do your homework on you the type of plants you have because humidity, tempatures, and nutrition can all affect the health of your indoor plants. For more helpful check out familyhandyman.com. Stay warm kids.

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