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5 Rarest Indoor Plants Everyone is Looking For

Who doesn't love rare finds or unique traits when it comes to our plants!? With house plant trends on the rise, everyone is in search of the most beautiful indoor plants for their home, but some are just impossible to find. If you happen to come across one of these rare finds I would snatch it up without hesitation!


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1. Lavender Scallops

Lavender Scallops are a rare colorful succulent that can grow up to 2 feet tall. Each individual leaf can grow up to 2 inches up the root of the plant. Along the scalloped edges you will see blue-green leaves with cream variegation. Under strong light or drought situations the leaves will turn red or pink. The fleshier part of the leaves is where you get the lavender color. In late spring the leaves are known fro growing small flowers around the edges.

Care

Can be grown indoors or outdoors in proper conditions.

Light: Bright Light

Water: Allow soil to completely dry out between watering

Temp: Warm environment

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2. Desert Rose

Desert Rose is a low water succulent plant that love to soak up the sun. It looks more like a bonsai with its oversize trunk. Its trunk sucks up water and hold in there during times of drought. Desert Rose makes a great container plant and does well when planted with other succulents and cacti. The come in other colors including pink, purple, red, variegated, and white. Makes for a great patio, entry door, or bight window in your home.

Care

Light: Bright direct light

Water: Allow top soil to dry before watering

Temp: Warm environment

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3. Corkscrew Albuca

Also known as Frizzle Sizzle, is a unique house plant to add you tour home. During spring and summer months flowers will bloom on their stalks and give off a vanilla scent. It is classified as a bulb succulent loves either filtered sun light or bright indirect light, water when top soil is dry and allow excess water to drain out.

Care

Light: Filtered sun or Bright direct light

Water: Allow top soil to dry before watering

Temp: Warm environment

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4. Purple Shamrock

Purple Shamrock, also known as Oxalis Triangularis, makes fora great indoor plant by adding a rich deep purple to your home. The leaves can get so dark they almost look black making this a very unique indoor foliage. It typically has three leaves with three sides per stem.

Care

Light: Filtered sun or Bright direct light

Water: Allow top soil to dry before watering, completely drain

Temp: Warm/ Humid environment

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5. Paddle Plant

Paddle plant, also known as flapjack plant, for its pancake like appearance. It is a thick leafed succulent that has reddish or deep pink tints during winter months. These cute little succulents are easy to care for and make a great addition for a windowsill or bright room.

Care

Light: Bright direct light

Water: Allow top soil to dry before watering

Temp: Warm/ Humid environment

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