What Kind of Indoor Plant Do I Have?

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Indoor plants are those that are grown in places such as offices and residence. Indoor plants are commonly grown for a number of reasons such as indoor air purification and decorative purposes. It is important to know the type of plant you have. You can take the plant to a florist and they will be able to identify it.
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There are many different varieties of indoor plants. The type of plant you have depends on what it looks like and how many leaves it has. A great way to look it up would be to get a plant book and find the photo that matches your plant.
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