With its forgiving nature, the pothos vine is among a handful of ironclad houseplants that put up with the abuse of the dry and gloomy environment of the office cubicle. Even the toughest plants, however, benefit from attention to soil moisture and a periodic repotting.
With its forgiving nature, the pothos vine is among a handful of ironclad houseplants that put up with the abuse of the dry and gloomy environment of the office cubicle. Even the toughest plants, however, benefit from attention to soil moisture and a periodic repotting. The Washington Post
With its forgiving nature, the pothos vine is among a handful of ironclad houseplants that put up with the abuse of the dry and gloomy environment of the office cubicle. Even the toughest plants, however, benefit from attention to soil moisture and a periodic repotting. The Washington Post

Your cubicle is a terrible place to grow plants. Here’s how to help them grow.

November 08, 2017 02:01 PM

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