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College Plant Survival Guide: How to take care of your plants in a college dorm

Houseplants, especially in a college dorm room, may be a great way to make the place seem more like home while also providing some color and life.

Even if a dorm room has limited square footage, it is still possible to incorporate plants into the area by making use of wall hooks and plant hangers.

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1. Look for Plants That Do Well in Different Lighting Conditions

Pick plants that can make it through both high levels of indirect light and low levels of illumination. It’s highly unlikely that you’ll know the orientation of your dorm room or the number of windows you’ll have until you actually move in. To name a few; sansevieria, pothos, monstera, ZZ plants, and philodendron.

Both a south-facing window that lets in a lot of light and a north-facing window with less should be fine, as these plants can thrive in varying degrees of light. Although they will develop more slowly, they can nonetheless thrive there.

Look for Plants That Do Well in Different Lighting Conditions
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