Best fresh flowers & live indoor plants according to redditors

We found 111 Reddit comments discussing the best fresh flowers & live indoor plants. We ranked the 70 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Fresh Flowers & Live Indoor Plants:

u/xofr · 114 pointsr/AskMen

Dope ass bonsai trees. Not even joking I bought 2 and for like 10 bucks each I think and they're awesome.

EDIT: for more info

I bought them here turns out there 13 bucks plus 5.50 for shipping. Also note the pots types vary and I don't think there is a for sure way to tell which one you'll get. A you can see in the photos, one of mine is a clay and very shiny and smooth pot, while the other is just a black plastic pot.

It comes with a little card that tells you when to water them. I water them once every two days and just keep them on my windowsills. Iirc they do come with fertilizer but I could be wrong. Mine have survived since last September. They do survive in the cold. The plant itself is about as tall as a small coke can.

Tbh I wouldn't be surprised if it was actually just a stick stuck in the dirt and not an actual live plant. It feels real and I love it so I don't really care. Would recommend 10/10

Although it looks like the quality varies alot from the pics on amazon. The ones that come in the clay pots are really good and the ones that come in plastic are garbage in comparison. I guess I got lucky.

u/KidCadaver · 3 pointsr/succulents

I immediately started looking online too! I think you can buy them on Amazon?

u/wtimkey2016 · 3 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Here It came with the fisherman as well.

u/Matt0753 · 2 pointsr/askscience
u/gnuworldorder · 2 pointsr/botany

i got 2 of these they havent arrived yet but i figured id find some stuff out before hand

u/VainWyrm · 2 pointsr/GiftIdeas

an Air Plant is as good idea as any. I know nothing about your sister, so it's hit or miss, but it's a great attempt. Great.

u/telepathetic_monkey · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

1. Something grey

2. Thunderstorm MP3

3. Take your pick just scroll down

4. For my baby because I want a cool ass baby haha! Also, daddy will like it!

5. The Hater trilogy, linked is the first of the 3. This book keeps you on your toes. It's an amazing apocalyptic book that has immense imagery. All I can say is read it.

6. Nail tape, it's not nail polish, just decoration.

7. Cats! There is a cat in the design.

8. So pretty!!

9. Because it'll always put a smile on your face!

10. Survival Backpack Has enough items to help a group of 4 survive for 72 hours. This will give the people with the pack a 72 hour head start from everyone else to establish a safe spot. Everyone else is trying to find essentials now getting stuck and eventually taken over by a hoard, whereas the person with the pack doesn't need to waste time getting food, water, and some medical kit.

11. Cookware My boyfriend and I have been living with his parents for a while now and we are getting our own apartment soon (all utilities included, yay!!). His parents decided not to pay the gas company the $500 deposit to have it turned on because we live in the south and don't need to heat our apartment, we would only use gas for cooking. Because of that I haven't had a meal cooked on/in a stove in about a year. We either eat things fresh, microwaved, in a crock pot, or fried. I am sick and fucking tired of it. With the cookware I'll be able to change my eating habits because I won't be limited to what things I can cook with. Also, when I was a little girl, I never ate at a kitchen table because we didn't have one. We would eat meals separately, and I always longed for the family dinner atmosphere. My goal is to have a family dinner at least 3 times a week. I know the cookware won't help me achieve that goal, but it puts me one step closer.

12. Baby mittens

13. Soda Stream It's the 2nd most expensive item, the survival pack above is, but the Soda Stream is my dream item. My ex roommate had one and it's amazing! Also, I'm pregnant and can't have caffeine, but I love the bubbles so much!!! With the Soda Stream, I'll be able to make anything carbonated!!! I LOVE mixing in the Crystal Light powered packets, yummy!!

14. Cute storage cube

15. Owl Necklace

16. Chocolate

17. Beautiful Katmari

18. Pens

19. I'm obsessed with my unborn baby. But then again, aren't most expecting mothers??

20. Instant smoke ring machine! Does the awesomeness of instant smoke rings need to be described!?!

Made in Oregon

Thanks for the contest, this was fun!!

fear cuts deeper than swords

u/blaaaaaargh · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Plants! They're great to have, I have some bamboo right now. I love it. Here's a really pretty bonsai tree!

And you definitely need a crock pot! They're super handy to have, just throw some food in in the morning and come home to a super easy meal, plus leftovers!

An electric kettle is another essential! Especially if you love tea.

Cheap, cute end tables! I turned the top of mine into a chessboard! Fancy-s up my room a lot.

Here and here are some really nice shelves!

You definitely need a set of knives too!

A really awesome bottle opener!

Here are some really cool glasses.

Aaand the cutest sake set ever.

Okay I'll stop linking now. I just really love household-y things! :D

Thank you for the contest and I hope this list helps!

u/iizkaraa · 2 pointsr/succulents

Amazon has a few options, but it seems this specific one I have sold out.

u/cheese_on_rye · 2 pointsr/orchids

Go slowly and gently. Some people like to soak the pot before removing the moss, as it can help make the roots more flexible. Trim any dried out or mushy roots.

My favorite orchid potting medium is made by rePotME: click here for the amazon link. However, consider that your orchid is relatively used to the moss it was originally potted in, so may need some time to adapt. For all of my phalaenopsis rescues, I typically add a little extra new sphagnum moss in each new medium mixture to help with the adjustment.

EDIT: Adding some great advice that was given to me when I first found this sub- Green roots- moist & happy! Silver roots- time to water. Transparent pots are your best friend!

Water your orchid by soaking JUST THE POT in lukewarm or room temp water for about 10 minutes.

u/musicfromadventures · 2 pointsr/Bonsai

I found it on Amazon. im on the fence about buying it.

u/randownasics · 2 pointsr/whatplantisthis
u/DrOCD · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Okay. I will do this later tonight or tomorrow. Looks like fun!

fear cuts deeper than swords

Edit: Here is what I have.

1.) Something that is grey. -Like WL

2.) Something reminiscent of rain. - Because it goes in a shower, which is like rain. -College Needs WL

3.) Something food related that is unusual. - They were unsual the first time I had them! -Want WL

4.) Something on your list that is for someone other than yourself. Tell me who it's for and why. - This is for my girlfriend because she can't afford it and, as a college student, it's sort of an essential. -College Needs WL

5.) A book I should read! - I haven't read it yet, so I don't really know that I have a strong argument for you to read it. :] -Want WL

6.) An item that is less than a dollar, including shipping... that is not jewelry, nail polish, and or hair related!

7.) Something related to cats. I love cats! (keep this SFW, you know who you are...)

8.) Something that is not useful, but so beautiful you must have it. -Want WL

9.) A movie everyone should watch at least once in their life. Why? - The soundtrack for this movie is amazing and I think everyone should be able to relate to the traumatizing death scene. -DVDs WL

10.) Something that would be useful when the zombies attack. Explain. - This is a survival tool, so when you need to escape from your house without advance notice you will (maybe) be able to survive! -Like WL

11.) Something that would have a profound impact on your life and help you to achieve your current goals. I just had surgery on my chest a couple months ago and the scars are building up and I would like to go away so I won't have people staring at me. -Medical Needs WL

12.) One of those pesky Add-On items.

13.) The most expensive thing on your list. Your dream item. Why? - I like to watch a lot of movies and play a lot of video games and right now I have a very small tube TV that cuts off most of the screen. -Like WL

14.) Something bigger than a bread box. -College Needs WL

15.) Something smaller than a golf ball. -Smoking Products WL

16.) Something that smells wonderful. -Smoking Products WL

17.) A (SFW) toy. -Want WL

18.) Something that would be helpful for going back to school. -College Needs WL

19.) Something related to your current obsession, whatever that may be. -Want WL

20.) Something that is just so amazing and awe-inspiring that I simply must see it. Explain why it is so grand.

u/rubesbubes · 2 pointsr/santashelpers

You don't have much to go on so neither do we. Maybe you can draw inspiration from my suggestions. Here are some possibilities:

Bonsai for his Desk

Sudoku Puzzle Cube

Brain Teaser

Try this for Gifts for Men under $25

u/DioTheory · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Oh goodness, you should definitely buy yourself Skyward Sword!! That game is wonderful!! :D

For me, how about this sweet bonsai tree! I'd love it so much!

Congratulations on your new job, and thank you so much for the contest!! <3

woop-di-woop :D

u/VeganMinecraft · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Wow, that blows.

It's understandable that you still have feelings for him. He hurt you though, and the only guys who are really worth crying over are the ones that never make you cry ;]

Get with some of your friends, talk about it. Hang out with them and if they are good friends, they will make you feel better.

Do not initiate anything more with him though if he comes crawling back to you. He blew it with you, really harshly too, and for that he should not get a second chance. I normally would say to give people a second chance if the other person was just confused, finding them-self, or having a really hard time with something else going on, but the way he degraded you isn't worthy of that.

To maybe ease some feelings of resentment and calm your still deep feelings for him, simply let it all go, breathe, and be happy that he may have found someone else who he connects more with. True love after all is about letting someone go when they wish. (though he was rather an a$$ about it)

But you're single now, it might be a nice change of pace to go out and look at the positives. You only have to worry about your only troubles now. You aren't tied down by someone else's. You can do more of the things you want to do! Go, go, hang with your gal friends =3 Move on, live on :).

Flowery plant!

u/RGbrobot · 1 pointr/Bonsai

Hey folks! I was recently gifted a Juniper bonsai for my birthday. I love it, and can't wait to care for it. I was hoping to use it to add some greenery to my desk at work. (also my cat seems to really enjoy playing with the little man and his fishing pole, so I have to get it out of the house)


  1. Light: I have an incandescent/compact florescent (can't remember which) lamp at work. My desk (adjustable) is usually anywhere from 1.5-3 feet from that lamp. would this be a good place for the tree
  2. soil: I received this directly from amazon, so is there an immediate need to change the soil
  3. Moss: When i water the soil, it lifts and pours over the side into the dish I've placed under the pot it's in. how can I "plant" moss to have better erosion control?


u/GrampaMoses · 1 pointr/Bonsai

Oh sure, I agree with you. I've got lots of seedlings too. I just don't think it's a good way to start. I do think those seed kits are a gimmick because they don't come with enough seeds, but growing from seed or sapling is fine if you have other trees or nursery stock to work on.

The thing is that I'm trying to give a suggestion to someone that wants to start learning bonsai. Bonsai is pruning and wiring, not growing from a seed, that's basic horticulture and someone who only has a seed kit won't practice any actual bonsai techniques for many years. Better to start with nursery stock or inexpensive prebonsai.

u/Josahty · 1 pointr/Chattanooga

I'll go look over there tomorrow after work. I checked on Amazon, they don't have any particular one I want (other than this but it has meh reviews):

Thank you!

u/Cstol · 1 pointr/Bonsai

Hi Everyone!

I got this dwarf jade as a Christmas present and I am coming to reddit in hopes to get a more specific diagnosis.

Watering -
I had been keeping a steady watering schedule up until the summer began (A full soaking every 2-3 days). After the summer ramped up I dropped down to watering probably once a week with the same thorough soaking. When the leaves started dropping I became more conscious of my watering schedule so I began watering an average of about twice a week. I still feel like It was underwatered and especially for the spring/summer.

It was on my kitchen table in a room with a lot of natural light. The tree probably gets about 3 or 4 hours of direct sunlight a day. I am realizing this could be a contributing factor to its progress as these require three times that amount of sunlight (dohh).

Our house was always kept above 60 degrees. sometimes I would bring my plant outside for some direct sunlight in the mornings and it might have experienced hotter temperatures then.

Recent details -
By August the tree had no more leaves on it and the branches had just started to whither. I thought there had been some damage/rot in the root system since it was shedding its long appendages and the roots weren't strong enough to sustain its furthest branches. I re-potted the tree for inspection with a plane-jane bonsai soil. The roots looked healthy. Nothing smelled moldy and nothing was rotting. The roots looked tan/khaki-ish. I also began giving it plant food ( {Is it okay to post links like this?}. I was worried it needed some plant food since I had missed feeding it in the spring. I also pruned the longest branches back and put it next to a window that gets about 8 hours of light.

The picture is of my plant today. Still no leaves and the branches are withering away. I pinched the trunk and it still feels solid. There was a little squish to it but I think the tree has always been this way.

I watered it this morning and realized I need some more direct help. Any feedback would be appreciated but I fear I'm too late.

u/aliquise · 1 pointr/TwoXChromosomes

I just bought two plants (Croton / codiaeum, not flowers, but it could had been either or and are pretty random, also in part because where they will be received maybe they can't have flowers) to give to two dentists who have listened to me.
The first one I've meet three times and so far I haven't paid for that but I don't know if I will be paying for all visits or not, the other one I called at his home and he talked to me for a while. So I figured that was approprate thank you.

Alternatively I want to give them a bigger print of my cat as that's something which have importance for me and maybe they can understand that and see value in that, then again I don't know if they would care and keep it or just throw it away soonish / not bother. Same for plants. Hard to tell.
The plants are this kind:
The cat is this one:
Unsure what they would prefer.

I'm 40 myself. When I was just above 20 I let some cards for two girls. Then again I have never been in any relationship. Or had anything close to one.

u/Ninja1017 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This cause i always wanted one and since that's cheap This so i don't kill it :P

Chuck Finley

u/ChristGuard · 1 pointr/Bonsai

Hey guy's, I got this Juniper Bonsai for Christmas from amazon (Here is the exact product ordered) Apparently it is 3 years old, and I LOVE IT! I have always wanted to get into bonsai and have tried cultivating seeds (failed miserably) so my wife got me this. My office is indoors with no windows, so I bought a grow lamp to take care of it (seen in the imgur pics linked above). But now I don't know what to do. I have the book "Indoor Bonsai for Beginners" by Werner M Busch, but it does not talk at all about Junipers (it has nearly 100 other kinds of trees though). What should I do from here? Shape it with wire? Prune it? Cry softly through the night because I feel so overwhelmed an intimidated by a tiny potted tree? I would definitely like to shape it, but not sure if I should wire it, prune it, or both... Thanks in advance!

u/Jestersimon · 1 pointr/Bonsai

About a month ago. Someone posted this over in /r/TheCheapestOfAmazon and I was intrigued. (Don't worry, I didn't end up buying it.) I really like horticulture, and I've got a lot of houseplants, and bonsai really intrigued me, and wormed its way into my brain.

I've been doing a lot of research since then, and lurking in this subreddit. I don't own any trees yet, and quite frankly, I'm not sure I'll be able to get into it. There are lots of limiting factors (I live in Newfoundland, Canada, and the winters here are seriously harsh. I live in a fairly small apartment with nearly no outdoor space to use -- basically a balcony just barely big enough for a barbecue. I live in a small city that definitely doesn't have a bonsai club.)

This is the first comment I've made here.

u/borntoperform · 1 pointr/Bonsai

I was given this tree, this soil, and these pellets for my birthday recently. I live 10 feet away from a window at work and the idea was to keep the tree either next to my desk or on the window sill where it will be facing the east and be in sunlight from sunrise to about 3/4pm every day.

I have no idea how to get started, absolute no idea. This is what the tree looks like.

u/DarkOctober · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Oh, they're really cool! They're technically called Tillansdia and they grow without dirt! You can put them anywhere you want and they just need to be rinsed under water and occasionally soaked in a cup overnight.

The coolest part is when they bloom though, they only bloom one time in their life, then they shoot off a little baby before they die and the baby repeats the process! The bloom is beautiful!

They sell them on Amazon and there are a few different kinds. Amazon also sells really cool kits or you can just build your own habitat, they have all different kinds though, just browse around, I'm sure you'll see something you like.

If I don't get back to you for a little bit it's because I'm headed to work, so I shall chit chat with you later :)

u/Qwil · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  • You should get this plant because you probably won't kill it if you try and girls will think you are committed if it's not dead.

  • I want dis because reasons. (Refer to your #3)

  • You're not pretty. You're ~beautiful~
u/bdboles · 1 pointr/Charleston

I got my friend one for Christmas on amazon! It was only ~$15 and came in great condition!
Amazon bonsai tree

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

One of my favorite fall photographs I have ever taken. Makes me want cool weather, long sunsets, warm apple cider, and PUMPKIN EVERYTHING :)

Items are here, here, and here, for decorating my kitchen - we just moved and it needs some home-ifying ;) (they ship for the same seller so shipping is all together). They are in my "kitchen" wishlist.

Thanks for the the contest <3

31 days for Augustus

u/ReisaD · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Honestly? This Desert Rose would mean a lot to me. I can't have pets where I am, I have been called Rose a lot in my life, it's so pretty, PLUS YOU COULD GIFT SOMEONE WITH THE REST OF THE MONEY! It would mean a lot to me to give this plant a home.

u/cheeseburger_humper · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm Ron Burgundy?

$1.50 air plant

u/Zapchic · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. When I was about 20, my best friends parents had divorced. Her dad moved about 2 hours away. He took her horse with him to his new home with a huge barn. He invested heavily in horses. He bought some studs and beautiful mares. He even bought some geldings for western pleasure and halter shows. When we visited her dad, the barn was full of horses. There were stable hands there day in and day out to turn the horses out, groom and feed. We thought her horse was in great hands. About 6 months later I was asked to drive down there and pick up her horse because she had not been able to visit in long time and thought it would be best if her horse was where she lived. When I arrived at the barn, all the stable hands were gone. The horses were in stalls that had not been cleaned in weeks/months. The only thing they had to eat was green hay, no feed.
    I was devastated as I loaded her horse up (now skinny and all bones). I had room for one more horse, so I loaded the skinniest, boniest, horse I had ever seen. 6 months before he was one of the best looking horses and now he was a bag of bones. (There was no one there to tell me if it was okay to take him, I just took him)
    I took him home and basically hid him from my friends family. I called animal control and reported him. At the time I knew someone who had kids so I gave him the horse after he gained weight and became healthy again. The kids loved this horse. The horse loved the kids.
    That was over 10 years ago. A few months back I ran into the guy who took the horse. He said his kids had all moved away and were attending college but he still had that horse and would til the day he died. He is feed 2x a day, petted and groomed every morning and is one of the easiest going horses.
    Never felt so good to be a horse thief!!
    (I'm going to have to look through my photos to find a picture of this old boy :) 0

  2. Squash, zucchini, potatoes, and tomatoes thin sliced and baked. Yum!

  3. This would make my week!

u/Fruition_Factory · 1 pointr/Bonsai

I can't tell if your being serious here. JPN are the most stereotypical bonsai on the planet, obviously you have to be aware of that. Just type it into google. The first entire page of results.

1: Probably the bonsai most often seen by people are the juniper procumbens nana. They are commonly sold in malls, supermarkets, and department stores

2:When we think of a traditional bonsai and what it should look like, we think of a "Juniper Procumbens Nana."

3:Juniper Procumbens, aka Japanese Juniper, are what most people picture when they think of bonsai. This document is meant to describe them.

4: Juniperus procumbens 'Nana' is strongly indentified with the art of bonsai. ... of the trunk and branches captures the essence of bonsai

5: This dwarf Juniper from Japan is the most popular evergreen in the U.S. When we think of a traditional bonsai and what it should look like, we think of a Juniperus procumbens 'Nana'

I could go on for pages and pages but clearly you must see why i am having a hard time telling if your serious, just trying to get a rise, or are truly inexperienced, which isn't a bad thing, but if your inexperienced i would have thought you would have at least done a google search before making such a bold & incorrect statement like that.