Today only, spread the love with this $19 potted heart plant, plus 16 other green goddesses up to 30 percent off

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The easy-to-grow Hoya Heart plant makes a great gift. (Photo: Amazon)

Sure, it’s nice to pick out plants in person at a nursery. But if you don’t have time to browse around and lug pots home, you can find great plants at none other than Amazon. Family-owned nurseries like Costa Farms, based in Miami, are jumping on the internet bandwagon, offering gorgeous greenery at fair prices with no effort on your part except for a click.

You’ll often find a larger selection than your local plant shop, can search by type and hardiness zone and read reviews to see which species people were able to keep alive.

Today only, Amazon has 17 Costa Farm plants up to 30 percent off. Our picks below.

Costa Farms Snake Plant + Midcentury Stand

Let this snake plant slither into your life. (Photo: Amazon)

The 15-incher comes with a black planter and cool midcentury plant stand.

Shop it: Costa Farms snake plant and stand, $27 (was $40),

Costa Farms Hoya Heart

This low-maintenance plant will steal your heart. (Photo: Amazon)

The 5-inch cutie ships in a white ceramic planter.

Shop it: Costa Farms Hoya Heart, $19 (was $24.50),

Costa Farms Fiddle Leaf Fig

Play around with the fiddle-leaf fig. (Photo: Amazon)

A trendy showstopper at 4 feet tall, with a gray planter included.

Shop it: Costa Farms Fiddle Leaf Fig, $59 (was $79),

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