If you live in the San Diego area, you’ve probably noticed that the city is pretty green.

That means it’s home to plenty of trees, shrubs, flowers, and perennials.

But as it turns out, there are some plants that thrive indoors and need to be controlled in order to survive.

If you’re looking for some plants to try to grow indoors, the San Francisco Bay Area is the place to go.

Here are the top 10 indoor plants to consider planting in your garden.

1.

Chameleons: Chameleon is one of the more popular indoor plants.

Champaine dehors is an herbivore and eats many insects and spiders, including the ones that can bite you.

But when Chamelet is in bloom, it can produce huge, colorful stinging black and white flowers.

These can be quite popular.

And they’re not as hardy as some other plants, so if you’re thinking of planting in a garden, you might want to take a look at other species like the cactus.

They also have a wide range of flowers and can reproduce in the spring, spring and summer, depending on the weather.

It’s best to check with your local garden center or garden club to see what’s available.

2.

Red-leafed fern: Red-leaved ferns, also called rosemary fern, are very popular indoor and outdoor.

They grow to about 5 feet tall, and they grow in open areas, where you’ll find them scattered across walls and furniture.

The plants are hardy and can be planted in a variety of containers, so you can make them a bit more versatile.

But if you plan to grow them outdoors, consider planting them in containers made from plastic or a wood or cardboard box.

3.

Bamboo: The bamboo plant has been used for thousands of years as a source of fiber and to make tools.

But with bamboo growing to about 6 feet tall in California, it’s a great choice for growing plants indoors, since it’s resistant to frost and drought.

Its roots are edible and it can be used to make rope, thread, and even paper.

You can find bamboo in pots and containers for growing, but be careful because some people worry that bamboo will harm the plant if left in direct sunlight.

4.

Acacia: Acacia, also known as yew or blackberry, is an annual plant with bright yellow flowers and white spines.

Its hardy, and it thrives in moist, well-drained soil.

Because it grows so tall, it produces seeds, which are very good for a variety that grows outdoors.

5.

Spruce: It is a perennial plant with dark green, white flowers that are covered with long, dark hairs.

It is not as drought-resistant as other plants because it has a hard time growing in soil that has less water than others.

But the plants are very easy to grow, and you can plant them in any kind of container.

The stems are edible, so they can be eaten raw.

6.

Sage: Sage is a plant that’s been used as a food for thousands and is sometimes known as the sweetgrass.

It can grow to as tall as 12 feet and is one that you can grow indoors if you don’t mind being indoors most of the year.

Its leaves are edible as well, and its root systems are good for growing vegetables, such as cabbage and spinach.

7.

Tulip: Tulips are one of our favorite indoor plants, especially if they’re young and colorful.

They are usually used for decoration in the fall.

They can be found on walls and ceilings, but they can also be planted outdoors in containers.

The leaves have edible seeds, so it can grow in containers that can hold up to three plants.

8.

Potted shrubs: Some of the most common plants in the garden are the perennial shrubs that are popular in the summer and fall.

The common ones include rhododendrons, roses, lilacs, and willow.

These perennials are easy to plant and can withstand a lot of stress and temperature fluctuations.

If they are planted outdoors, the shrubs will take up space and cause problems with pests.

9.

Larch: Larch is a native shrub that’s used for shade in many parts of the world, especially in California.

It produces white, brown, yellow, and black flowers, which make it a popular plant to plant indoors.

Larkspur, for example, has a lovely white, green, and red coloration.

10.

Fiddlehead: Fiddleheads are often used as an ornamental for hanging banners, but the most famous fiddlehead is the one in the center of the above photo.

It comes in a range of colors, and the white flowers are the most recognizable.

These flowers are edible.