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In the world of interior decorating, the houseplant has become the latest must-have home accessory. However, if your prize fiddle-leaf fig decides to turn brown and leggy, it might end up looking worse than no plant at all. Alongside a carefully monitored mix of sunshine and water, it’s also important to gently wipe dust from your houseplant’s leaves, prune back brown foliage and rotate regularly so that all sides get access to the sun. While it may be tempting, try not to move your plants around from one room to another, even if

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