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Interiorscaping. Care & Handling of Houseplants. High Light Plants. Aloe Vera Croton Panda Plant Creeping Charlie African Violet. High Light Plants. Aloe Vera. Aloe vera Aloe 2 feet tall Lily family Native to Africa. Croton. Codiaeum variegatum Multi-colored leaves 4-6 feet tall

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high light plants
Interiorscaping

Care & Handling of Houseplants

High Light Plants

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Aloe Vera

Croton

Panda Plant

Creeping Charlie

African Violet

High Light Plants
aloe vera
Aloe Vera
  • Aloe vera
  • Aloe
  • 2 feet tall
  • Lily family
  • Native to Africa
croton
Croton
  • Codiaeum variegatum
  • Multi-colored leaves
  • 4-6 feet tall
  • Flowers are fuzzy spikes
  • Euphorbiaceae family
  • Native to South India
panda plant
Panda Plant
  • Kalanchoe tomentosa
  • Blue-green foliage
  • 1-2 feet tall
  • Orpine family
  • Native to Mexico/Central America
creeping charlie
Creeping Charlie
  • Pilea nummularifolia
  • Many leaves on this plant
  • Nettle family
  • Native to South America
  • Many species
african violet
African Violet
  • Saintpaulia ionantha
  • Water from the bottom, with hairy leaves to prevent spotting
  • Remove spent flowers
  • Keep ph at 5.0-5.5
  • Organic matter helps with flowering
conclusion
Conclusion
  • These plants need the most light for indoor environments
  • Some of these will bloom indoors
  • Most are showy plants with some variegation on leaves
  • Usually easy to take care of
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