Quick Tip of the Month: Choosing the right houseplants for Colorado’s dry climate

by | Oct 7, 2020 | Blog, Green / Sustainability Ideas, Home & Lifestyle | 0 comments

These days, everyone is looking to save time. We aim to help! We will offer a simple tip for everything from home renovation to cleaning to home buying in this space every month.

Summer gardening is far behind us, but we can take our hobby indoors by carefully choosing houseplants for our climate. Plant store owners recently offered their suggestions to the Denver Post. They like succulents, cactus and jade. They also recommend Snake Plant, with its sword-shaped, green, “zebra-striped” leaves, as it’s easy to grow and is believed to filter harmful toxins from the air (no verdict on its effectiveness with the coronavirus). And if you have places with low light, they advise trying out Monstera (but be aware that, as the plant’s name indicates, these can grow huge) and Zanzibar Gem plant.

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