7 Cute Plants You Need in Your House Right Now

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7 Cute Plants You Need in Your House Right Now

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Adding a bit of green into your home is always a good thing. Besides providing more clean oxygen for you and your family to breathe in, they can serve as a good centerpiece and a reminder for you not to lose touch with Mother Nature.

And if you’re already planning to, here’s a reminder to always go for real ones rather than the synthetic kind made from plastic, which will do you no good in the long run.


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1. Lavender

There are a lot of places where you can put this. You can plant one in your backyard to add more color into your garden, making your house stand out among the rest, or you can put this inside the house so that you don’t have to worry what type of air freshener you should use, as lavender is known for its soothing fragrance. Just make sure they get enough sunlight if you put them inside.


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2. Cilantro

One of the more useful plants in this list, this can make your dish taste better and give you iron and fiber. It’s best to place them where there is fresh soil so that you can keep on growing them while using their leaves to garnish your cooking.


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3. Parsley

Just like cilantro, parsley is also good for your health with its abundance of vitamins A, C, and E, and it is easy to take care of in your home. They can survive in a pot so you can put them near the kitchen for easy picking and watering.


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4. Mint

Not only is mint soothing in your throat, but it is also rich in vitamin A, which is good for your eyes. It can also be therapeutic as it helps in treating headache, asthma, tooth decay, indigestion, and nausea among many others.


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5. Basil

Basil has similar features as mint and cilantro in that it has an abundance of fiber and can also help calm your nerves and detoxify your liver. Besides, it can also help you achieve clear skin. So after your night out with friends at the bar, it’s always important to take a bit of basil when you get home, and another in the next morning.


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6. Dill

This plant is very helpful in case of emergencies at home. And by emergencies, we mean hiccups. Dill is good for curing hiccups as it is also a good source of antioxidants, not to mention it is low-maintenance and only needs to be watered a few times in a week.


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7. Chives

This plant is very versatile, as it can be a good decoration in your backyard and can also be used as an alternative to onion and garlic. It has some unique properties that can help boost your immune system.




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