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Houseplants 101: Choosing the Right Indoor Greenery

From low-maintenance ficus trees to fickle ferns, check out these designer-approved houseplants and our tips for keeping them lush and lovely.

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Bromeliad

Bromeliads come in a variety of colors and sizes. They're known for their thick leaves and red flowering spikes, a feature that only comes once in its lifetime. Proper watering is key to the growth and well-being of bromeliads. When watered too much, the plant can suffer from root rot; however, when not watered enough, they can quickly dry out. Bromeliads thrive best in sunny rooms with indirect sunlight.

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