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Is this a cost effective way of buying indoor plants?

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AnotheBloodyChinHair Sun 01-Nov-20 06:24:58

There's not enough plants in my life but I don't have green fingers, so I am looking for plants that are resilient and undemanding. At the moment I am after aloe vera and Chamaedorea Elegans in particular.
I have found these in amazon, but I wonder if I can do better for the price (online).
Any recommendations would be much appreciated.
amazon.co.uk/Indoor-Plant-Mix-Dieffenbachia-Chamaedorea/dp/B06ZZN8KZ2/ref=pd_ybh_a_3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=PXT0KEQ5DG4G0C2MR8YK]]

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Izzabellasasperella Sun 01-Nov-20 07:51:57

You could look at spider plants. Very easy to keep and they produce masses of baby plants that you can pot on😊

VenusClapTrap Sun 01-Nov-20 08:17:42

The best value house plants I found were from a Facebook shop called Flutter By Garden. They are sold by a plant mad single mum who grows them in her house. All the plants I bought from her have done really well.

userxx Sun 01-Nov-20 08:27:01

I'm not on Facebook, does she have a website?

Bananajam Sun 01-Nov-20 11:25:11

VenusClapTrap

The best value house plants I found were from a Facebook shop called Flutter By Garden. They are sold by a plant mad single mum who grows them in her house. All the plants I bought from her have done really well.

Thanks for that, her plants are amazing! grin

MelodramPatheticism Sun 01-Nov-20 11:38:35

When we went to Ikea once, my husband saw these succulent plants whose leaves had lots of little 'babies' around the edges. Many had just fallen off, so he took a few 'babies' home and potted them up. They grew and turned into plants which then produced their own babies and so it went on. We have loads of them now.

VenusClapTrap Sun 01-Nov-20 14:06:43

userxx

I'm not on Facebook, does she have a website?

I don’t think so, sorry

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