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Cultivating wild plants indoors and in your home can be a rewarding and beautiful hobby. Not only do you get the thrill of watching a seedling or clipping grow into a full plant, but you also enhance the beauty of your home. As an added benefit, you also get cleaner air in your living space. Plants do more than clean out carbon dioxide. Some of them can sequester harmful chemicals in your indoor air, such as formaldehyde. People often assume that they are stuck buying plants or seeds from the store. That simply isn't the case. For many people, harvesting wild plants and growing them in their homes can be a fun and exciting way to experience indoor horticulture.