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These hottest plant trends are sprouting up online
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These hottest plant trends are sprouting up online

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First-time plant parents love low-maintenance pothos and sansevieria because they are easy, but what about fussy staples like orchids and fiddle-leaf figs? It should come as no surprise that many of the people who bonded with their houseplants while stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic are now looking to elevate their plant collections.

That’s just one of the Instagram-ready trends that plantfluencers predict for 2021.

Whether neon, architectural, miniature or gothic black, the latest trends, and hottest houseplants, are a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic. A look at what to expect this year:

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