“Simply put, plants are great quarantine buddies! You can put love, care and attention into these little green creatures and watch them flourish and grow,” says Christopher Griffin, better known on Instagram as The Plant Kween. Griffin said that learning to put love, care and attention towards his plants prepared him to put love, care and attention toward himself. “We need to practice this level of care for ourselves and for each other more than ever,” says Griffin. While older generations have dismissed “the Butterfly Kindness is always beautiful shirt In addition,I will do this Millennial plant revolution” as a social media fueled obsession, Eliza Blank, the founder of the plant store The Sill, knows it goes well beyond trendy aesthetics. “Plants are an embodiment of health that we can look at and be inspired by.” Fellow plantfluencer Nick Cutsumpas (aka Farmer Nick) chimes in: “The plant movement is here to stay, and with that there is a balancing act between immediate aesthetic gratification and the personal fulfillment of nurturing another living being,” says Cutsumpas.
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