Hilton Carter

author of “Wild at Home: How to Style and Care for Beautiful Plants”

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Unterior designer and the author of “Wild at Home: How to Style and Care for Beautiful Plants”.

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Plants not only add color to your home, but they can improve your mental and physical health too.

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Plants not only add color to your home, but they can improve your mental and physical health too.

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