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Herbs range in color, texture and size, making them a great foliage option. A lesser-known benefit? They can provide mood-altering aromas or keep pesky bugs at bay, depending on which variety you choose. Mint and lavender, for example, are closely associated with a calming effect, while catnip is known to repel mosquitos. Or choose herbs based on their sentimental meaning: Parsley invites festivity, basil

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