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3 Reasons Why You Need Plants at Home

These wonders don't just add a refreshing touch to your space

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Photography: At Maculangan

Have you always wanted to start a mini garden at home but worried that it might be too overwhelming? What if the plants die? What if you can't squeeze in some time to care for them? You are not alone! During her workshop at this year's Real Living Space, Joanne Bohol of gardening pop up store Black Thumb MNL also felt the same. “Gardening was at the bottom of my list,” Joanne shares.

All of these changed in 2012 when she visited a weekend market and  fell in love with the versatility of herbs. They weren't just edible; they are fragrant, too!

If you're still not sure if you can maintain a garden at home, Joanne shares three reasons why you need plants at home:

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