Unusual houseplants

House plants are like cute, dependable little friends. They’re always there for you, they make you look good and they don’t require your constant attention. Throw them in an unexpected planter or yourself some fancy clay pots — no matter how you choose to display them, they’re a perfect natural element in any room. If you’re ready to make a bolder statement with your plant decor, scroll on for weird plants you’ll want to add to your home.

Under The Sea Succulents 

Succulents seem to be everywhere these days and it’s not surprising — they’re easy to care for and grow in all colors, shapes, and sizes! Add some ocean vibes to your home with plants that look like they belong “down where it’s wetter, baby it’s better, under the sea.”

This gorgeous piece of greenery is drought and insect resistant, loves low lighting, and helps clean the air inside your home.

With around 600 species in the Pilea genus, these weird and wonderful tropical BB’s can thrive in inclement conditions. Plant these guys in your warmest room with the most indirect, all-day light.

This prehistoric looking plant is lovely and v useful. Break off a piece to treat minor cuts and sunburns with the ooey gooey, sap-like goodness inside.

Possibly winning weirdest of the succulent bunch, this urchin-like plant will upgrade any space and provide amazing talking points for you and your dinner guests.

These guys are unique, snake-like plants that will bring out your inner-Medusa. Seriously, those curls are enough to give anyone hair envy.

Who needs a real string of pearls when you could drape some of these beauties in your home?

This plant is appropriately named: Just look at those clampers! You definitely need this to accompany a seaweed look-alike like the one above. They’re a bit more work, but you can follow these tips for keeping these colorful beauties alive.

Take your air plants in a different direction by making them float in thin air like this fun display does. Thigmotrope satellite might sound a little space age-y, but really it’s a three-pronged tool for creating vertical gardens, aka magic.

This is not your typical cactus. Finger-like stems sprout from the tops, creating a perfect conversation piece for your garden.