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Don't Say Can't to Caroline Gant

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Don't Say Can't to Caroline Gant

Cleaning dust off indoor plants might not seem like the most thrilling task, but with a little bit of whimsy and lightheartedness, it can be a fun and enjoyable experience! And who better to turn to for inspiration than our beloved plant expert, Caroline Gant?


First, let's talk about succulents. These tough little plants are resilient and can handle a good dusting, so grab your feather duster and get to work! With a flick of the wrist, you'll have your succulent looking as fresh as the day you got it. Just imagine twirling your feather duster like a magic wand, and you'll be ready to tackle this task with a smile.


Next, the ferns. These delicate plants require a bit more care and attention when it comes to dusting, but with a little bit of patience and a gentle touch, you'll have your ferns looking as fluffy and frond-filled as ever. Imagine Caroline Gant tiptoeing around her ferns, gently brushing off the dust with a soft brush. It's a dance, really, and a joyful one at that!


Last but not least, we have our leafy friends - the potted plants. These plants are the heart and soul of indoor gardens, and keeping them dust-free is essential for their health and happiness. So, grab a damp cloth and get to work! Just imagine Caroline polishing plants until they shine, and you'll be ready to do the same.


Cleaning dust off indoor plants might seem like a chore, but with a little bit of imagination and a lighthearted approach, it can be a fun and enjoyable experience. So, grab your dusting tools, channel your inner Caroline Gant, and get ready to give your indoor plants the love and care they deserve!


Full disclosure time: I’m not sure how much of this is true.  However, Caroline is making an appearance next week on the webinar titled, “How to Clean Houseplants” on February 23.  During that informative broadcast she will tell you how she actually cleans various plant species.  I do promise you this: it will be fun!


David Bates


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