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Plant Projects That Your Inner Plantita, Plantito Will Enjoy

Allow your mind to relax by working with your hands.

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As you probably already know, having indoor plants doesn’t only add life to a space, but can also make you feel more relaxed. Science also notes that having greenery around is physically healthy, as they release oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide. And if that isn’t enough to convince you indulge your inner plantita or plantito out, a NASA study has revealed that plants can successfully remove a huge percentage of toxins in your home.

There are many beginner-friendly plants you can try (you can check out some of them here), and if you have a lot of time in your hands and you want to start on a greenery project in your home, here are a few to consider:

Personalize your planters.

Looking for a creative way to display your peach lilies and snake plants? Repurpose and personalize old baskets into planters for a colorful upgrade!

Create chalkboard planters for your mini herb garden.

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This project is perfect for herbs you may want to line up beneath your kitchen window. Turn old bamboo steamers into chalkboard planters by painting them black. Don’t forget what kind of plants you’re placing in them by writing their names down!

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Go for Macramé hanging planters

Upcycle those old shirts by turning them into easy-to-do Macramé hanging planters! Suspended greens make for great bedroom accents.

Spruce up a corner with a plant vignette.

This works best with succulents. Pick different kinds of plants to make things more interesting, and arrange them according to your personal style.

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