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All the Plants We Love in Bea Alonzo's Home

Take a look at her growing plant collection!

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Actress Bea Alonzo previously gave us a peek of her newly-renovated home on her Youtube channel. And if you would take a closer look, you will notice that potted plants are scattered in different parts of her house. Like many other celebs, the actress has gotten into gardening during the quarantine! 

Take a look at her growing plant collection below: 

A tall money tree livens up Bea's staircase.  

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Other houseplants in her collection include a snake plant, a monstera deliciosa, a fiddle leaf fig tree, and a pothos plant. 

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In an interview with Real Living during a Summit Media Sandwich Session, Bea shared that snake plants and pothos plants are the easiest greens to care for. "Hindi sila masyadong maarte," said the plantita. "Ang pinaka mahirap for me is the fiddle leaf fig at tsaka 'yung rubber tree."

In case you're wondering, the actress also revealed that she buys her plants from Shrubs Manila and Plants Manila

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She also grows another pothos plant in her bedroom. One thing to love about this trailing vine is it can thrive in rooms that don't get plenty of sunlight.

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How gorgeous are these huge monstera deliciosas in her backyard? 


From this angle, you can also spot a stunning set of alocasia plants! 


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Aside from plants, Bea seems to love collecting pretty dried flowers, too—she has them in her bedroom, living area, closet, and even her powder room. 


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