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Known for its unique appearance with spherical green "pearls" cascading from its stems, the String of Pearls succulent prefers bright, direct sunlight and well-draining, sandy soil.

String of Pearls

Aloe Vera, a desert plant renowned for its medicinal properties, thrives with at least four hours of direct sunlight daily and prefers dry, sandy soil. Regular watering should allow the soil to dry.

Aloe Vera

Hardy and versatile, English Ivy thrives in lower light conditions, making it ideal for homes with limited sunlight. It needs regular watering to keep the soil moist.

English Ivy

The Ghost Plant stands out with its silvery-lavender leaves, thriving in full sun conditions. It's low-maintenance, needing minimal water but should not collect water.

Ghost Plant

Known for its resilience, the Golden Pothos thrives in indirect light and can adapt to low light conditions. It trails elegantly and can survive in various temperatures.

Golden Pothos

The ZZ Plant is celebrated for its ability to thrive in low-light conditions and its minimal water needs, making it ideal for busy plant owners. It prefers bright, indirect light but can adapt.

ZZ Plant

Featuring pinky-peach foliage coated with a silver film, the Pink Moonstone succulent thrives in bright, direct sunlight. It requires well-draining soil and should be allowed to dry out.

Pink Moonstone

Known for its unique rope-like vines and wax-like leaves, the Hindu Rope Plant prefers medium indirect light and should be kept out of direct sunlight.

Hindu Rope Plant

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