We know the benefits of having live houseplants in the home: They help absorb toxins and release fresh oxygen back into the air. But for many of us, houseplants can be hard to maintain or keep alive. Though magazine spreads often depict houseplants looking great on top of bookshelves or in guest bedrooms, these typically are less accessible areas in easily forgotten rooms. One tip is to keep your plants in areas that are commonly used and provide easy access to water: bathrooms and the kitchen are good places. The residual steam from a shower can even help water plants.
ANDREWS MCMEEL SYNDICATION