The only plants available for purchase on IKEA’s website are of the artificial variety.
Then, is it bad to buy plants from IKEA?
“Most of what IKEA sells are hardy plants, so don’t expect to go in and find 100 different plant options as you’d find at a nursery,” says Michele. “However, if you go to IKEA soon after a shipment, you can definitely find a quality plant that’s healthy and beautiful.”
Beside above, why do succulents look fake?
The three key factors that could divulge a fake succulent’s deceit are: leaf shape and texture, soil texture, and the planter it’s in. Each of the fake succulents we reviewed had some good things going for them, and each one had unique downsides.
Why are IKEA plants so cheap?
Ikea keeps prices low by trying to source plants as locally as possible, because plants are expensive to transport and spoil easily, which adds to costs.
In general, plants don’t need to be repotted within the first year. So leave them as they are or put them in outer pots for extra color or style.
20 Best IKEA Indoor Plants
- Aechmea $14.99.
- Kalanchoe $4.99.
- Mother in-law’s Tongue $7.99.
- Elephant’s Foot $9.99.
- Ficus $19.99. Want. Want. Want. If you want to see a home styler use a ficus, check out Jenny Komenda. …
- Cacti $4.99.
- Dom Plant $24.99.
- Dragon Tree $1.99.
They pull water out of the soil at a remarkable rate as they make new stems, leaves, roots and blooms. You may water them three times a week, depending on conditions like light and temperature. In the winter, succulents go dormant. Growing stops, so you’ll only need to water them once or twice for the entire season.
Typically big stores like Amazon and IKEA sell the Majesty Palm, which is the most common and completely non toxic to cats and dogs. The latin name on the tag should read “ravenea rivilaris.” The Majesty Palm acclimates to both hot and lower temperatures, and is happy in medium to high light.