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Meet the Creepy Bunch.

Venus Fly Trap


The Venus flytrap is a carnivorous plant native to subtropical wetlands on the East Coast of the US in North Carolina and South Carolina. It catches its prey, mainly insects and spiders, with a trapping structure formed by the terminal portion of each of the plant's leaves, which is triggered by tiny hairs on their inner surfaces.

Peperomia 'Ruby Glow' 


The Peperomia is a perennial epiphyte native to the tropical regions of Central and South America. It's short and sturdy stems wield thick, circular leaves which are a deep jade color and retains most of its water. Peperomia is very easy to care for and requires similar care habits to most succulents making it a great addition to any desk or shelf.

Cryptanthus 'Pink Star'


Earth Stars are unusual houseplants perfect for adding a dash of color and texture to your spaces. Small indoor plants, they're perfect for growing on bright tabletops -- and make excellent living centerpieces for special gatherings. Because they're easy to grow, earth stars are also ideal additions to your desk at work. 

Devil's Backbone Succulent


Euphorbia tithymaloides is native to tropical and subtropical North America and Central America. It prefers soil that is sandy, well-drained, and nutrient-rich, particularly with higher concentrations of boron, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, and zinc.

Rats Tail Cactus


The rattail cactus, is a species of flowering plant in the cactus family Cactaceae, and is the most cultivated species in the genus Aporocactus. Due to its ease of cultivation and attractive floral displays, it is often grown as an ornamental potted plant.

Fittonia pink


These have lush green leaves with accented veins of white to deep pink and have a short fuzz covering their stems. Small buds may appear after a time where the stem splits into leaves. Their flowerings are small with a white to off-white color.

Fittonia White


These have lush green leaves with accented veins of white to deep pink and have a short fuzz covering their stems.  Small buds may appear after a time where the stem splits into leaves.  Their flowerings are small with a white to off-white color.

Lifesaver Cactus


Plant enthusiasts worldwide grow Huernias indoors because of their interesting stem shapes and colors. Lifesaver plants can be grown as intriguing indoor, greenhouse or summer patio container plants almost anywhere. Huernias require a potting mix with excellent drainage.

Milkstripe Euphorbia


A succulent plant that’s adapted to arid conditions, this euphorbia thrives in both full sun and bright, indirect light. The common name “milkstripe” is due to an irregular yellowish-white band in the center of the plant’s three-or-four-sided, somewhat prickly stems. 

Senecio Stapeliiformis Pickle Plant


The pickle plant is a succulent perennial native to South Africa. This flowering succulent wields segmented pencil like stems which can grow up to 10 inches tall, giving it the appearance of a very skinny cactus.

Succulent Senecio 'Himalayan'


 The Himalaya is an evergreen succulent native to southeastern part of Africa.  This plant has long, skinny pea-pod shaped leaves which will densely grow out of its thicker and studier green stems from base.  

Fairy Castle Cactus


The cactus plant also originates in popular regions of Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and northern South America. The spiky plant shares resemblance with the turrets of a castle, hence its association to a fairy castle.