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  • Rare plants give low-key luxe buyers a thrill
  • Rare plants give low-key luxe buyers a thrill
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Rare plants give low-key luxe buyers a thrill

Money may not grow on trees, but it seems to grow on rare houseplants. Not only is expensive greenery helping people spruce up their home sanctuaries during lockdown, but it’s also become a highly-coveted luxury possession, resulting in a competitive buy-and-sell plant market bubble.

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