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23 of Our Favorite Low-Light Houseplants
Popular since the Victorian era, parlor palm, is a slow-growing Mexican native that does well in low-light situations. It grows 4 feet tall and makes a bold statement in any room. Parlor palm only needs to be watered when the soil feels dry to the touch, but it does help to mist the plants once in awhile during the winter.
Pruning Ponytail Palms: Can You Trim Ponytail Palm Plants
Pruning Ponytail Palms: Can You Trim Ponytail Palm Plants - Ponytail palms are truly interesting houseplants with their spiky poof of slender leaves and elephant skin trunk. They are not true palms, however, so can you trim ponytail palms? Read here for the answer on how to prune a ponytail palm.