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Here are the top ten articles for the Houseplants Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Buying Houseplants Online
You can find everything on the internet, including houseplants. Here's how to get the most for your money!

2. Moses-in-the-Cradle
The pretty purple, pink and green striped foliage of this Tradescantia is a bright alternative to a flowering houseplant.

3. Yellow Leaves
When your once beautiful houseplant begins to have yellow leaves, are you at a loss about why or what to do about it? Here are some clues to help you solve the mystery.

4. Money Tree
Find a wealth of knowledge on how to grow the interesting Money Tree. It may bring you success, or just nicely accentuate your decor. Either way, this plant is a delight to have in the home.

5. Prayer Plant
If you have some experience with houseplants or the desire to learn, Maranta is a very attractive foliage plant that requires a little know-how. Once you've got the basics, this plant is pretty easy to care for.

6. ZZ Plant
Zamioculcas zamiifolia is my favorite foliage houseplant, and it should be yours, too!

7. Aglaonema, the Chinese Evergreen
One of the easiest to grow houseplants, Aglaonemas are a good choice for any room in any home. They do well in mixed containers, look great in baskets and are the perfect finishing touch for any style of decor.

8. Mother-of-Thousands
This plant has the interesting talent of having live offspring instead of setting seed. It's prolific nature is what earned it the title "Mother-of-Thousands".

9. Safe Houseplants for Pets
Many houseplant lovers are also pet lovers, and many pets love to munch on and play with plants. Here's how to chose safe ones-and which ones to avoid.

10. Spider Mites
These tiny plant pests can cause big damage. Find out what to look for and what to do about them.



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