Did you know that most houseplants thrive in an environment that's at least 40% humidity? That level is higher than what's found in the average home, but you can give your plants the environment they need without having to run humidifiers. The simplest way is to spray water from a misting bottle to saturate their leaves. You can also group plants together, which can create a small microclimate that increases the moisture levels in the space around them. Finally, fill a tray with pebbles and water and rest the potted plant on top; the water will offer a bit of humidity as it evaporates.
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