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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. 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".

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

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

4. Persian Shield
This plant makes for a great specimen if you've got lots of space and not a lot of light. What it lacks in flowers, it more than makes up for with its showy purple leaves.

5. English Ivy
English Ivy may not be the first plant that comes to mind when you decide you'd like to get a plant for your home, but there are a lot of reasons why it should be. Its easy to care for, has air-scrubbing abilities and a little plant grows a long way.

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

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

8. Golden Barrel Cactus
It's not every day you see a spherical plant! This cactus is fun to look at and easy to grow.

9. Indoor Banana Trees
Bananas are a hot trend in potted plants. What should you know before you purchase one?

10. Houseplants for the Beginner and Beyond
Learn how to collect, propagate, and restart plants. Learn to choose plants for the beginner, and learn good plant care, and how to diagnose when a plant is sick.



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