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Ask a master gardener: Hibernating houseplants

WATERING HOUSEPLANTS IN a sink until water flows out the bottom has an added benefit as any excess fertilizer salts that may have accumulated in the soil will be flushed away. PHOTO / AMY SIMONE

Those lovely houseplants that clean the air and add beauty to our homes are primarily tropical natives.

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