Katie Stew

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Bringing the outdoors inside


The longer I live the more I come to realize how important plants are to have around. I’ve slowly accumulated a number of indoor plants at my office desk and in my home. I’m actually a bit of a sucker for sickly plants that people are throwing away. I try to nurture them back to health. I have one on my office desk that was supposed to be thrown away about 2 years ago, but is still kicking.

A friend recently called me “the plant whisperer”. Which, I found hilarious.

So, a month ago or so, I was tired of the gray world outside my house and decided I needed a little more green inside. I had this cute little cup that my boss had given me for a souvenir sitting around. I decided to pull a few succulents out of my front yard and plant them.

I can’t tell you how happy this little potted wonder makes me when I glance over at my kitchen table.

Bring a little green inside this week. Pot something from your yard or just buy a plant at the super market. It perks up a space, provides better air quality indoors, and most of all, it’s just charming.

Happy spring.



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