One of the joys of living in Southern California is the indoor/outdoor relationship – for much of the year we can enjoy the outdoors almost as easily and with the same level of comfort as we enjoy the indoors.
In an attempt to make this a year-round experience, there is a great desire among plant-loving people to try to populate their homes with a variety of plants. The results can be both thrilling, when the plant lives and thrives, and demoralizing, when it dies. And there is nothing more frustrating than spending time, energy and money selecting that “perfect specimen” only to have it bite the dust within a month.
If you’re not one of the 1% that can afford to have your indoor plants professionally maintained and rotated, and you want to bring as much of your garden indoors as possible, here are a few things you should consider before pulling out your wallet.
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