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All The Low-Maintenance Plants We Love In Solenn Heussaff's Home

The actress filled her living room with different kinds of plants!

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Solenn Heussaff is a proud plantita! In one of her Youtube entries, the actress gave her followers a tour of her gorgeous indoor plant collection. "Since [my family and I are] spending so much time [indoors], I try to make sure the air we're breathing in at home is healthy—and that's why I have so many plants!" Solenn shares. In fact, her cozy tropical-themed living room is peppered with all sorts of greeneries, from towering palm trees to small snake plants. 

Caring for lots of plants may seem like a lot to handle, but Solenn reveals that most of her houseplants are actually quite easy to maintain. Here are some of the low-maintenance houseplants that the plant mom likes to keep in her home: spider plants, chinese evergreen plants, snake plants, ponytail palm trees, and fortune plants.

Watch Solenn's full tour of her plant collection below:

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