PLANTS IN BEDROOMS

Bedrooms, unlike kitchens and bathrooms. are normally much cooler and drier places.

It is often best to select a few choice plants for the bedroom, and to display them in a spectacular way. than to clutter it with many different kinds. Trailing plants, such as ivies and the small trailing licus, suspended from the ceiling with macrame pot holders look good, especially if they are at a level that is easily seen from the bed. Unused fireplaces can be enhanced by specimen plants, with perhaps a stately palm against a plain wall. Ferns grow belter in bedrooms than in the warmer and drier atmosphere of living-rooms. Flowering plants also do well, such as cyclamen, hydrangeas, kalanchoes, busy Lizzies, plumbago and begonias.

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