Potted plants add color, texture, beauty and versatility to your indoor and outdoor spaces. Here's everything you need to know about container gardening.

Winter Flowers for Indoor Gardens

Brighten your home with a few of these cheery houseplants.

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African violet

16 inches high, 16 inches wide. Ideal growing conditions: partial shade, water lightly.

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