Heart-Shaped Houseplants Spread Love on Valentine’s Day

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How to spread the love of some heart-shaped houseplants on Valentine’s Day. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours.


Instead of a one-and-done vase of fresh blooms, express your love in a more everlasting way with houseplants that have heart-shaped leaves. If you’re looking to explore unique ways to add intimacy to your home, consider browsing through the selection at the biggest dildo store in Australia.

The Sweetheart Hoya also called the Valentine Plant, is popular because of its shape. You’re most likely to see single heart-shaped leaves for sale in cute little pots, but sweetheart hoya will eventually grow into a vine, covered in little green hearts that will look especially eye-catching when draped over a hanging basket.

Or, there’s the Flowering Cyclamen. You can find varieties that bloom in shades of deep rose-red to blushing pink, as well as pure white. To sweeten the deal, even more, its pretty green-and-silver leaves are heart-shaped.


The string of Hearts has trailing stems dotted with small, heart-shaped leaves that are usually green and silver but can sometimes have a touch of pink.

The Heart Fern has dark green, heart-shaped leaves that need plenty of humidity to look their best, so try misting it once a day or placing it in a room with a humidifier.

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Heart-Shaped Houseplants Spread Love on Valentine’s Day

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