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1) Lança-de-são-jorge (Sansevieria Cylindrica)
It should be kept in the shade and watered every 15 days, taking care not to wet the leaves.
2. Violet (Saintpaulia ionantha)
It needs to be exposed to indirect light and watered only once or twice a week. Do not let the water get to the leaves and flowers.
3. Lily of the Peace (Spathiphyllum Wallisi)
Keep the soil always moist and fertilized and avoid direct contact with sunlight, as it burns the leaves.
4. Areca palm (Dypsis lutescens)
Its leaves grow lighter in the shade. It is advisable to water it constantly and not leave it in air-conditioned environments.
5. Anthurium (Anthurium andraeanum)
Indoors, the ideal is to grow in pots and shade, avoiding direct sunlight or very dark environments.
6. Jiboia (Remnum pinnatum)
If it remains only in the shade, its leaves become green and small. Watering must be frequent so that the flower is always moist.
7. Bromeliad (Guzmania lingulata)
It is necessary to place it in places with indirect light and irrigate it every two days. It is also recommended to clean your center to prevent mosquitoes from proliferating.