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Plant Care Tips for Pet Friendly & Sun Loving Houseplants

Plant Care Tips for Pet Friendly & Sun Loving Houseplants

Taking care of plants can be a fun and rewarding experience. Many houseplants don't require too much attention, but there are some considerations to keep in mind if you want your plants to stay healthy and happy. Pet-friendly houseplants are those that are not harmful to pets if they're ingested or brushed against. Sun-loving houseplants need a lot more sunshine than other types of plants, so make sure to pick the right spot if you want them to thrive.

To make sure your houseplant stays in good condition, it's important to water it regularly and at the right time. Soil should be kept moist, but not soggy or overly dry - once you see the top few inches of the soil becoming dry, it's time for watering! When fertilizing, always use a liquid fertilizer rather than a granular one so that the nutrients can be absorbed quickly by the roots. During summer months, some houseplants will also enjoy being sprayed lightly with water on their leaves so that they can stay cool and hydrated. With proper care and attention, pet-friendly and sun-loving houseplants will bring life into your home for years to come!

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  1. Sedum Morganianum

1. Sedum Morganianum

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The ultimate plant care guide for a Sedum Morganianum

The Sedum Morganianum is the ideal houseplant for beginning plant owners, plant owners that prefer to not spend too much time on their plants, or plant owners with pets and/or small children! The Sedum Morganianum, also known for it's two similar varieties (Burro's tail and Donkey tail) is a very easy-going houseplant that does well in direct sunlight, but also low-light spots.

Read more about taking care of a Sedum Morganianum

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