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For Black People, Plant Parenthood Is Deeper Than Instagram

We can commune and engage with plants in both spiritual and practical ways

A young black woman in a plant store admiring a plant.
Photo: Artem Varnitsin/EyeEm/Getty Images

I, like many others, became a plant mom during quarantine. At first, I thought my interest in plants was just a reaction to the stressors of life today. However, while researching plants I was considering buying, I reflected on my ancestral…

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