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  • Patch hotel caters to holidaying plant parents
  • Patch hotel caters to holidaying plant parents
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Patch hotel caters to holidaying plant parents

The Plant Hotel – the brainchild of online plant shop Patch – is taking care of people’s plants while they go on holiday. Given people’s growing love affair with house plants, which allow urbanites to connect with nature, brands can cater to green lifestyles and help people outsource domestic tasks. 

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