Hilton Carter

interior designer and the 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”.

Hilton Carter on KCRW

Before choosing which plants to buy, Hilton Carter recommends analyzing how much light a plant’s prospective spot will get.

Tips from ‘Plant Doctor’: How to choose indoor plants and help them thrive

Before choosing which plants to buy, Hilton Carter recommends analyzing how much light a plant’s prospective spot will get.

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

How plants can transform people

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

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