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What's up with Inedible Plants

I bet you thought this was going to be about farming stuff. Nope, I'm talking inedible, good-feeling-bringing plants. Plants add a sense of beauty and comfort in a restaurant, while also creating a natural blend of outdoors and indoors. With everything going on, I would suggest plants that need minimal attention and light to thrive. If you have the space for it, I would recommend an English Ivy to cover the walls.


  1. Snake Plants

  2. Pathos

  3. Peace Lily

  4. White Butterfly

  5. Jade Plant

Here’s what plants taught me:

  1. Pay attention to the soil.

  2. Not everyone needs the same things.

  3. Patience is key to growth.

  4. Sometimes cutting off weak links is the only way to grow

  5. Don't switch pots til your roots are too great for the pot you're in.

  6. Too much light can be just as bad as not enough.

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