When the sun starts shining and the spring rainstorms kick your plants into high gear, it’s important to properly care for the new growth and ensure that you set up your lawn and plants for a healthy and beautiful year.
While you might think the cold weather is what makes you sick in the winter, it’s actually all the time you spend indoors breathing in stale air. These 5 plants will naturally purify the air your home - and all of them are low maintenance.
You may not be able to grow much outside during the winter, but if you start some of these plants indoors during the cold season, you can get a head start on landscaping in the spring. All of these indoor plants can be transplanted outdoors once the weather warms up.