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PLANT POWER

safety and sanctuary by retreating into our homes over the past year, one at-home trend has become even trendier: houseplants. And these green additions launched on Earth Day, and for both Doswell and Hemsley, a love of plants is closely tied to their identities, interwoven with family histories filled with planting and gardening. So it’s intentional that Grounded centers Blackness in its captivating imagery, serving as a reminder that everyone can benefit from the joy to be had from a little soil and sunshine.

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