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Which Outdoor Plants Can Grow Indoors?

Turning your surroundings green is all about temperature tolerance

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If you're new to gardening, you're probably thinking plants are either reserved for your garden or in a little patch of land in one corner of your home. While this is partly true, there are also some varieties that can cross the borders. The trick to finding out if an outdoor plant can survive indoors is by checking the temperature it can tolerate—if it can withstand heat and high humidity, you can probably find a place for it in your living room. If you can't be bothered to test your favorite green wonders, we've put together a handy list you can use as reference. Check it out below: 

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