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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. Non-Toxic Houseplants
If you have pets or small children in your home, know they are safe from harm with these non-toxic houseplants.

2. Purple Passion Plant
How to care for Purple Passion Plant, an interesting, attractive and unique foliage plant that loves the light.

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

4. Beefsteak Begonia
With its big lily-pad leaves and delicate pink blooms, the Beefsteak Begonia is subtle but lovely.

5. Ficus Elastica, the Rubber Tree
How to grow the ever-popular Rubber Tree, Ficus elastica.

6. Chenille Plant
What is that neat plant with the fuzzy red flowers dangling from it? It must be the Chenille Plant, a long-time favorite! If you are thinking of adding this wonderfully fun plant to your home, here is all you need to know about getting it to thrive.

7. Burro's Tail
If you're a fan of succulent plants, Burro's Tail is a great one to grow. It's one of the less picky succulents and looks great cascading over the side of a hanging basket.

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. 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.

10. Arrowhead plant, Syngonium podophyllum
Information on how to get your Goosefoot to thrive. Fortunately, there isn't much to it!



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