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Grass with indoor potted plants

I disagree. In my (very limited!!) experience: IF: balcony pots, not meadow garden purpose is fun, not selling vegetables(obvious from the previous point) THEN: short-lived plants like lattice, ...
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Unidentified indoor insects in my Click & Grow garden

The other option here would be to buy ladybug nymphs. They are commercially available. You can search for "live ladybug nymphs online" or similar. Once the aphid problem has been resolved,...
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Unidentified indoor insects in my Click & Grow garden

These are aphids, soft bodied insects that suck plant fluids and spread plant diseases. Control is easily done with soap and water and persistence. Create a solution of 5 ml dish soap to 1 liter of ...
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Grass with indoor potted plants

Grass, likely not. Timothy is a fairly common meadow or hay material that grows quite large, and though it can be mown short, it's not really suitable for lawns (there seems to be some debate there,) ...
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Grass with indoor potted plants

Yes, I think you will live to regret it if you plant phleum pratensis or Timothy grass in your houseplant pots. This grass is persistent outdoors, may spread rapidly in the pot, or not grow very well ...
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Plants that will thrive under LED grow lights and are also cat-friendly

The ASPCA has an exhaustive list of plants that are toxic to cats, which should help you in deciding what to plant. As you noted above, this link of cat-friendly plants should also be helpful. I would ...
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