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Why living with and tending plants is good for you
by Lindsay Baker
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25 October 2020
On 25 October 2020 BBC reported:
The Millennial and Gen Z obsession with houseplants has exploded in recent years. But why do these particular generations love tending plants so much? It's a question explored in British author Alice Vincent's recent book Rootbound: Rewilding a Life. A 'nature memoir', which follows real events in the life of the author during her mid 20s. 'When a lot of things took different directions in my life to that I had expected, I found solace in gardening and plants,' she says.
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