7 Pretty Plants That Are Actually Ruining Your Home
Don't be fooled by their colorful petals and lush leaves! These plants are doing more harm than good.
This shrub is the definition of invasive: The blossoms turn into fruit with seed pods that spread abundantly in the wind. They're also super low-maintenance and can survive in harsh conditions (like poor soil or minimal water) so they tend to sprout up fast and take over.
Sure, it looks romantic when it scales old, abandoned walls, but what you might not see is the wear and tear it's doing to those already run-down structures. Ivy can cause damage to just about any kind of siding, including wood, stucco, and cement — oh, and your paint doesn't stand a chance.
Even though these bright, beautiful flowers look pretty, they're tropical (and are the state flower of Hawaii!) so they require more water than most garden plants. Without constant watering and upkeep they just might suck your yard dry.
Beware: this orange flowered alternative to traditional, all-green ivy is super aggressive, can cause damage to wood siding, and sprouts up long distances away from where you originally planted it.
Also known as Morning Glory, this plant kind of looks like a flower, kind of like a weed. And boy is it persistent.
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