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Indoor Plants for Every Room

Don’t let winter or a lack of outdoor growing space stop you from gardening year-round. Add some greenery indoors and elevate your mood, reduce stress and improve your indoor air quality.

Boost the flavor and nutrition of winter meals by growing microgreens and herbs in a sunny window or under artificial lights. Energy and space efficient LED lights help increase indoor growing success.

Set a few plants on or near your desk or other workspace. They’ll help reduce stress when working at your desk or tackling homework at the end of a long day.

Take advantage of your bathroom’s high humidity. Grow ferns, orchids, bromeliads and other humidity-loving plants in this space. 

Grow lavender, Rosemary, chamomile and other soothing herbs in your bedroom. Just give the plants a pet to release their fragrance into the air before crawling into bed.

A bit more information:  ZZ, pothos, snake plant, cast iron plant and Chinese evergreens are just a few indoor plants that tolerate low light. They can help you boost indoor air quality and  brighten your indoor décor even where light is limited.

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Pollinator-Friendly Perennials for Difficult Situations 
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Sept. 25, 2021
Green Bay Botanic Garden
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Sept. 30, 2021
Shade Gardening for Beauty and Pollinator Appeal 
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Oct. 9, 2021
Everything Hydrangeas
@ Sanger House Gardens

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Oct. 27, 2021
Pruning Tips for Shrubs
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