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The World’s Best Houseplants

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The World’s Best Houseplants

September 3, 2013

Struggling to find the perfect houseplant? When it comes to plants you’ll share space with, emotions run high.

You may want a leafy houseplant, or maybe one that’s small and tidy. Perhaps a tropical houseplant, or a hardy succulent. A houseplant you can’t kill, even if you forget to water, or an indoor plant that will thrive in low light.

Houseplants from large to small–including the World’s Most Adorable–can be found in our photo gallery.

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Above: Tend a Tiny Herb Garden in your tiny apartment. Photograph by Erin Boyle.

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Above: Get out your tools and mount a Staghorn Trophy on the wall. Photograph by Erin Boyle.

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Above: Or, grow Kitchen Vines, a la model Summer Rayne Oakes. Photograph by Jill Danyelle.

More houseplants to love:

Finally, get more ideas on how to plant, grow, and care for various houseplants with our Houseplants: A Field Guide.

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