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Green is good

From recycling old teapots and pickle jars as containers for plants to creating dining table decor using only foliage, Shabnam and Nanaki Singh of Project Plant show us how to innovatively use nature’s bounty at home.

Houseplants can help with everything from cleaner air to noise control; they also add a nice visual effect to your home. Flowers bring in colour, but simple green plants can help a room

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