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Indoor herbs that smell great

Indoor herbs that smell great

You don't have to be a hard-core plant mom to grow herbs indoors. Most of them are fairly easy to take care of (just remember to water 'em), and some, like mint, are almost impossible to kill. Plus, they add a little bit of freshness to any meal and smell really damn good, like your own homegrown air freshener. Begin with these easy-to-grow plants that thrive in small pots and don't require too much work except for a good watering:

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