Amazon’s One-Day Plant Sale Includes Lots Of Hard-to-Kill Options

Looking for an excuse to grow your plant family? Amazon is having a one-day sale on houseplants from Costa Farms. The sale includes lots of hardy plants like cacti, succulents, and snake plants, making them great additions to nearly any home. If you’re just ready to dip your toes into the houseplant mania, these are a great way to do it. Already have a big plant brood? This is also a great way to grow your collection quickly without adding too many finicky varieties at once.

Check out the full sale here, and see some of our favorite options below.

Plants that come in their decorative planter are a great two-for-one. These require indirect light and just need to be watered around once a week to keep the soil moist. The cat palm also is a great way to add some of that ’70s jungle vibe we’ve been seeing everywhere.

Aloe is a type of succulent, meaning it requires infrequent watering. (Read more about the caring of aloe vera plants.) Unlike many commonly purchased succulent varieties, however, these are already quite tall when you get them. Even if you just buy this two-pack, they’ll make a visual impact.

Also called mother-in-law’s tongue or Sansevieria, these are another plant that flirts close to “set it and forget it” territory. Like with all plants, watering frequency depends on your home and humidity levels, but generally speaking then can be watered every other week and even tolerate less than that.

These sun-loving cacti come in a variety of different shapes and, as expected, require very little watering as well.

Many of the plants sold by Costa Farms are in large packs for events or even use in offices or other commercial spaces. So, if you want, you can pick up 30 air plants in one go, or start with a slightly more manageable 10-pack. Read more about taking care of air plants.

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