A new houseplant that is to be grown in Annapolis, Maryland, may not affect her future.
Annapolis’ city council voted to remove the plant from the city’s garden in order to make room for the new home.
Annapolis Mayor Mark DeSantis told WJLA the decision is “a great step for Annapolis,” but that the city is still “deeply committed” to Annapolis’s garden.
The council voted 4-2 to remove Annapolis Garden from the gardens’ list of approved planting materials, which was previously updated to include the plant.
DeSantis said the city plans to re-evaluate the planting materials in the future.
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