Leave the fly swatter in the closet. This lady has lots of luck catching unwanted insects that find their way into the house using her burgundy pitchers. These plants, which make the perfect small desk plant or hanging basket, emit a pheromone that attracts flies and gnats into the bellies of her pitchers to use for extra energy. Isn't nature neat?
If you've picked up any home magazine, subscribed to an e-newsletter on design or watched a little HGTV, you have seen these indoor trees adorning photographed interiors more often than naught. That's because the fiddle-leaf fig tree is the perfect match for any corner of the house. We love this trend. We dig the fig!
Need to brighten a space? Splash the room with colorful African violets. While it's a fairly common houseplant, the African violet is quite spectacular, especially if you look outside of the big box stores for special varieties like those we carry.
Don't want to be basic? We feel you! Try taking one of these clubfoot plants home for a change in scenery. The clubfoot is super easy when it comes to care too. These not-so-stinky feet like to dry all the way out before watering.
Well, aloe there! Everyone needs an aloe plant in the house. Why? Because they're the perfect remedy for burns and boo boos. Just break off a leaf and apply the gooey stuff to any wound for a little natural healing.
Succulents don't suck. In fact, they are extremely easy to care for and they're super trendy right now. Try a small one by the window or create an entire terrarium using several varieties for contrasting height and color!
When life gives you lemons... Wait! Why wait for life to give you lemons when you can grow your very own? Believe it or not, lemon trees have beautiful flowers (as seen in this photograph) and they're perfect for those who appreciate farm to table living!
Dirt don't hurt but if you want to keep things really, really simple go ahead and get yourself an air plant. These funky, little houseplants are about as easy as it gets. No dirt required.