422. Design Wild | Shanti Nagel | New York, NY

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One of my favorite parts of this conversation is Shanti’s best piece of advice to move a plant 3 times before it finds it’s permanent home. If a plant isn’t happy in the spot you first plant it don’t be afraid to move it, we’re just gaining information and it’s a way to help it thrive. When you hit the right place and the plant is happy you can tell and you say oh! Look how happy it is. Spring and fall are the best times to move plants and let them find their happy spot.

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