Scale resistant indoor plants?

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Scale resistant indoor plants?

Post by MichaelSmith » Sat May 12, 2018 1:24 am


Sorry if this isn't the appropriate spot for this - didn't see any place to post about general indoor plants. Lemme know if I ought to move it!
Anyway - I moved into a house with a friend a while ago, and she has tons of well established plants. I don't like doing anything with her plants, since she gets quite a bit of pleasure from them. But having plants helps me keep my sanity in the winter, as I'm sure many of you can understand!! :wink:
But she has a serious scale problem! It makes me not want to bring my own plants into the house, since I'm sure they'd get it (I've left them with my mom for the time being). I guess I should get some of my own plants, and leave them there when I leave (kinda sad!) - but maybe theres another solution? Are there any house-plants that aren't susceptible to scale, maybe?

Any help will be apprecited.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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Thank you.

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