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5 Plants You Can Add In the Kitchen

These are easy to maintain and perfect for one of the busiest areas at home, too!

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Photography: Floradania and instagram.com/kitandnancy (Main Photos)

Without a doubt, plants are powerful additions to any home. Aside from giving the space a refreshing feel, these are also pleasant to look at and some even help clean the air, too! Those who love these fantastic greens may have started adding a pot or two in the living area and in the bedroom—but have you thought about maximizing the available space in the kitchen?

There are more plants you can work with aside from herbs that make the food you prepare extra flavorful. If you’re worried about natural light and the extreme heat in your cooking space, don’t be! These five choices are easy to care for, can thrive indoors, and would look pretty on your countertop:

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