4 Ways to Work with Indoor Plants (As Learned from Real Homes)
A touch of green is always a good thing
With the rise of succulents, cacti, and container gardening, it has become easier for us to maintain a small garden even without a huge plot of land. To break the monotony of city living, many condo dwellers have converted their balconies into pocket gardens. Some also use plants as additional accessories—placing them in the living, kitchen, and dining areas.
If you're thinking of adding more plants to your space, here are ideas that we learned from homes that we've featured. You can do something similar but don't be afraid to experiment!
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