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Amazon Plants Just Made Me Wet Myself a Little

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I found out last week that Amazon now sells live plants and this made me get so excited that I may have wet my pants a little.*

*My pants, not my plants to be clear.

*That could also have to do with carrying two very big babies and nothing to do with live plants.


Mens Sometimes I Wet My Plants Funny Plant Shirt Large Navy

 

I need to get more live plants into my life, whether they are inside my home or on the outside. Live plants inside of your home are so good for your living space and for you.

 

More plants, less crap is my motto in 2018.

Unless it’s manure for the outside plants.

Then more crap, same amount of plants in 2018.

 

I used my friend Melanie’s plant guide blog post to help me figure out what plants I need and with that in hand (well not literally in my hand because it’s a blog), I headed out to Amazon (well not really headed out because it’s a website) to find me some new plants!

Note- some live plants aren’t covered by Prime and take advantage of that by charging at times over $7 PLUS in shipping. At that point, you’re better off going to Home Depot or your local nursery. I only included Prime items in this post, however, because I adore you and hate spending money. 

 

Shop Succulents Rosette Succulent (Collection of 32)

Succulents for days!

I love succulents for a couple of reasons:

-you can’t kill a succulent (unless you’re me but you aren’t me, so you good)

-they are just happy to look at

-they’re green

-you get to say suck

And now on Amazon (with Prime), you can get a pack of 32 (YES THIRTY-TWO!) succulents for your abode in less than 48 hours!

It’s a great time to be alive.

 

 

Shop Succulents 4" Aloe Vera Plant (1)

Aloe Vera Plant

We had aloe vera plants in our home when I was growing up and they are great for many things but soothing cuts and burns is one and this stuff definitely works. There’s nothing quite like being healed by nature.

Also when we were kids, we used to cut the plants just to see the aloe ooze out.

Call the authorities.

 

 

Shop Succulents Geometric Teardrop Terrarium with Air Plants

Air plant in a terrarium 

I can’t stand how cute this is. My friend Rebecca said that these are very low maintenance.

Perfect for plant killers like myself.

Plus it just looks pretty.

 

Costa Farms Ficus Pandurata Fiddle-Leaf Fig in 8.75-Inch Grower Pot

Fiddle Leaf Fig

These are hugely popular with the fancy DIY bloggers who go to Pinterest conferences and used to wear chevron.
Not sure what they’re wearing now.
But I still want one of these plants because I wasn’t given one for free like they were and this is actually the most affordable one I’ve seen.

 

Costa Farms Cat Palm in 9.25-Inch Grower Pot

Cat Palm 

I have a very similar plant in my kitchen as I type this, who we love.

Yes, I refer to my plants as who because they are living and they make me happy.

Plus I am still trying to make good on the whole aloe joy killing thing when I was a kid.

 

 

Costa Farms Parlor Palm in 6-Inch Grower Pot

Parlor Palm 

I also love this palm as well.

They are particularly helpful during winter when there is no green to be found anywhere outside of my home.

It makes me feel like I am somewhere where my nipples don’t shrivel up when I take the garbage cans to the curb.

Get yourself a palm that makes your nipples feel all is right with the world.

 

Costa Farms Dieffenbachia Camille in 6-Inch Grower Pot

Dieffenbachia Camille 

I got one of these (but much smaller) at my local home improvement store after watching the documentary The Minimalists last year.

After that documentary, I needed ALL OF THE DAMN PLANTS.

That was last February and my girl is still going strong.

GO ME!

 

6 Inch Modern White Ceramic Round Succulent Cactus Planter Pot with Drainage Bamboo Tray,Decorative Garden Flower Holder Bowl

Succulent Planter Pot 

Because you now have a shit ton of succulents to plant!

 

H Potter Planters Succulent Flower Pots Indoor Outdoor Set of Two

Copper Succulent Planters 

Because copper is trendy, yo.

If you can’t get yourself a fiddle leaf thingy, then get yourself a copper succulent planter.

Even if you don’t have succulents.

 

Before I leave, I need someone to help me find spider plants. I looked at my local Wal-Mart and Home Depot, nothing.

Yes, I am aware that two stores do not mean they don’t exist anywhere.
But I am lazy and my follow-through skills are lacking.

So do you know anywhere that I could find them?

Let me know in the comments!

 

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24 thoughts on “Amazon Plants Just Made Me Wet Myself a Little”

  1. I might have to get a fiddle leaf fig just to validate what you wrote about bloggers! ? Seriously, yours are still the only sponsored posts I read. Because, nipples.

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  2. Yes! I heard about that too!
    My family of plants is growing as well and I still insist you should get one of those
    air succulents. So easy!
    I must say I’ve gotten two houseplants from Jewel and they are super healthy.
    Fiddle leaf fig is pretty but I don’t think I have the right spot for it.:(
    There’s also this houseplant with Swiss cheese leaves that I’ve been seeing everywhere .

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  3. 32 succulents! I could never afford that at the nursery! This tip alone makes visiting with you worth the effort. But thanks for the laughs also. Sharing this post on my FB page and following you on Social Media.
    🙂 gwingal

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  4. Wow, 32 succulents! I can’t possibly care for that many, but they are fun to look at on other blogs. I used to have lots of house plants, but got rid of all of them. I love those copper pots! The succulent planter pot is also cute. I think my speed is the fake ones now. It might be too early to find spider plants, but if I was going to go look for one, I would go to Home Depot.

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    1. Okay, I didn’t know there was a season for spider plants. Thanks for that tip! They aren’t at my Home Depot yet, but I will keep my eyes out for them. 🙂

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  5. How far are you willing to travel for a spider plant? ? Must get succulents to put in the naked spots where something mysterious happened in some of my fairy dish gardens–I totally didn’t kill anything-natural causes for sure! Or the other plants are guilty-they totally look it, the fairies would never….wait, their eyes do look kind of cold!

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      1. Maybe I should secure the spider plant first, as my cooking alone isn’t worth luring you here! Plus, the guest bedroom might get repainted and I will let you pick the color (and/or paint it while you’re here!)

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  6. I can’t keep a plant alive to save my soul. My son bought me a cactus for Mother’s Day last year. It lasted up until last month. Maybe I should try succulents. Surely I can keep them alive!

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    1. Well, apparently they are hard too. If you can kill cacti, I don’t know how well you will do with a succulent. Maybe try an aloe plant. I feel like it will save us from the flu next year.

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  7. Now I need to buy more plants because you know, my nipples.

    And thanks for the shout-out! But can you believe I kill succulents? Shh, our little secret.

    I’m actually going to be re-potting my spider plants if this weather ever gets warm enough to do so outside. When I do, I can easily divide my huge one and give it to you. How’s that?

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    1. I feel so much closer to you know that I know you kill succulents too.
      YESSSSS. I love you.
      Also, I will treat you to lunch because it’s about time to see each other again.

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  8. Bwahahahaha, I’m still trying to get over your nipples Kari. Oh dear I think this comment is going to go pear shaped if I don’t stop right here. Loved the post 😀

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