These quick and easy plant-based recipes can help you cook up a healthy dinner in 15 minutes or less.
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During the week — especially after a long day of work — we’re usually not too picky when it comes to what we’ll be eating for dinner. The easier it is to prepare, the better for us. But when the weekend comes along, we’re typically willing to put in a bit more effort if it […]
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We agree that placing an annual bouquet order for Mother’s Day is easy. But just because it's tough to beat the convenience of delivered-to-her-doorstep blooms at the click of a button, doesn’t mean it’s the best option available. If you and your ma are feeling some flower-fatigue this year, then shake things up on May 9 by gifting a plant instead — because while those stem-cut blossoms wither, these potted plants will continue to survive and thrive.In addition to their longer lifespan (and gift-span), these leafy green friends also come in a wide variety of species, shapes, sizes, and care-levels that make them easily customizable to match your mom’s personality quirks and lifestyle habits. Taking the vast garden of options into account, we crafted a streamlined shop-guide of bestselling plants to help with making your Mother’s Day gifting decision. Scroll on to see all the gargantuan ferns, aromatic herbs, and heart-shaped succulents that will add some greenery to your mom’s life.At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Hoya HeartsWhy She’ll Love ItThis duo of heart-shaped succulents is actually rooted leaves cut from the Hoya Kerri plant. Planted in a sleek concrete pot, it will serve as a sweet little reminder to mom of just how much you love her.CarePlace these little love-plants in either bright indirect light or full sunshine and water when soil is completely dry and it starts to wrinkle.DealOrder early for Mother’s Day and save $15 with code INAFLASHShop The Bouqs Co.The Bouqs Co Desert Love Hoya Heart Duo, $, available at The Bouqs CoYellow Grafted Cactus Why She’ll Love ItIf your mom vibes with pretty but a little prickly, then this sunshine-hued cactus garden packaged in a paper-crafted planter box (with special Mother's Day messaging) is on her same wavelength.CarePlace in bright indirect or direct sunlight and take care to water once a week (or when soil is completely dry).Shop Lula's GardenLula's Garden Ever Garden, $, available at Lula's GardenDonkey Tail Hanging SucculentWhy She’ll Love ItThis bestseller is one of the more unique looking succulents we've come across — similar to the beloved String of Pearls, but just a bit zanier. CareDescribed as easy to grow and maintain — requiring only filtered to bright light along with well-drained soil. Shop Lazy Gardenslazygardens Donkey Tails, 6 inch, $, available at EtsyString Of PearlsWhy She’ll Love ItThe succulent strands from this luminously-named plant grows longer over time with TLC.CareTLC for these beauties consists of bright but not direct light exposure with well-drained soil that is allowed to dry out completely between waterings.Shop Dose of Succulents on EtsyDose of Succulents String of Pearls Plant, $, available at EtsyWhite OrchidWhy She’ll Love ItOrchids aren't the unofficial mom-plant mascot for nothing — these flowering plants are lovely, serene, and serve as natural carbon-dioxide absorbers, making them the ideal atmosphere enhancer. CareThis beauty thrives in soft indirect sunlight with a weekly three-cube ice watering and a climate temperature between 65 to 85 degrees. Shop Plants.comPlants.com Small Phalaenopsis Orchid: White, $, available at Plants.comAir PlantWhy She’ll Love ItThis jumbo-sized air plant comes packaged in a painted-face ceramic planter for an extra-special gifting flourish.CareAirplant care consists of placing the low-maintenance green friend wherever your heart desires and giving it a quick water-mist two to three times per week.Shop UrbanStems Urbanstems The Cathy Airplant, $, available at UrbanstemsFiddle Leaf Fig Why She’ll Love ItPair this on-trend houseplant in a blush-pink ceramic pot with the “Plant Mom” tote for the ultimate green thumb gift set. CareFiddle leaf figs love anything from bright indirect to full sunlight showers with a watering every one to two weeks and fully dried out soil in between. Shop The SillThe Sill Plant Mom Tote Bag, $, available at The SillThe Sill Fiddle Leaf Fig, $, available at The SillString Of Succulents TrioWhy She’ll Love ItFor moms who like to mix it up: a unique collection of three string-variety succulents planted in matching terracotta pots.CareThis eye-catching trio requires a mix of bright indirect to full direct sunlight with limited watering whenever the soil is completely dry.Shop BloomscapeBloomscape String of Succulents Collection, $, available at BloomscapePink AnthuriumWhy She’ll Love ItNot only are Anthuriums the world’s longest flowering houseplant (with each pink bloom lasting up to eight weeks at a time), but this particular one also comes potted in a sweet and simple ceramic planter. CareLet this pink lady bask in any indirect light (from medium to bright) with a solid watering every one to two weeks, allowing the soil to completely dry out in between. Oh, and she likes a little extra humidity. Shop The SillThe Sill Pink Anthurium Plant, $, available at The SillLavender PlantWhy She’ll Love ItNot only will this beauty transport your mom to the south of France — it’s also delightful aromatic and will fill her home with a sweet and calming aroma. CareYou’ll want to keep this pretty lady in direct sunlight and away from your furry friends — lavender is great for people, but not so much for pooches. Your lavender plant can enjoy long periods of time outdoors during warmer months.Shop BloomscapeBloomscape Lavender Tree, $, available at BloomscapeCroton PetraWhy She’ll Love ItFor the bold and beautiful moms out there, this statement-making top-seller is exotic gifting gold with its multi-colored leaves and moss-ball planter.CareThis leafy-green stunner is described as requiring “a bit of extra care to flourish” — think bright sunlight, moderate temperatures, and regular watering when the soil dries up.Shop KodamaForestKodamaForest Croton Petra Kokedama In Moss-Ball Planter, $, available at EtsyHedgehog AloeWhy She’ll Love ItBeauty and wellness-loving moms will adore this fruitful aloe plant in its chic midnight-blue pot.CareA famously easy-to-care-for plant that needs bright or indirect sunlight in moderate temps with watering when soil is dry to the touch.Shop BloomscapeBloomscape Hedgehog Aloe Plant, $, available at BloomscapeStaghorn FernWhy She’ll Love ItDescribed as, “one of the more unusual house plants,” this tropical fern found in Southeast Asia and Australia is not your average houseplant for not-your-average-mom.CareSaid to thrive in areas with higher levels of light while little water and a temperate climate.Shop Hirt’s GardenHirt's Garden Staghorn Fern 6.5" Hanging Plant, $, available at AmazonSnake Plant (Mother-In-Law’s Tongue)Why She’ll Love ItOn top of its tongue-in-cheek name, this popular, eye-catching plant is notoriously hard to kill.CarePlace in anything from direct to indirect sunlight, allowing the soil to completely dry between watering.Shop UrbanStemsUrban Stems The Cairo Snake Plant, $, available at Urban StemsMonthly Plant SubscriptionWhy She’ll Love ItIf your mom has a major green thumb (or budding plant passion), then enrolling her in this reader-popular plant subscription is approved gifting gold.CareThis recurring service delivers one new easy-care plant and ceramic planter, per month.Shop The SillThe Sill Classic Plant Subscription, $, available at The SillNeed more gift ideas for mom?Shop our curated Mother’s Day collection — your mom will love these gifts!Like what you see? 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