Our Favorite Plants and Flowers: Trader Joes Sugar Skull with Premium Foliage $10.99

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Now, if you’ve been hanging around Trader Joe’s for a while, you know that they have a thing for calaveras during this time of year. In preparation for Dios de los Muertos, their plants & flowers section gets all decked out with shrub-filled skulls, and this year, they’ve taken it up a notch with the Sugar Skull.

First things first, let’s clear something up—the name might be “Sugar Skulls,” but these beauties aren’t actually made of sugar. They’re ceramic, so definitely not for snacking. But they are absolutely meant for something special—filling them with premium plants!

In the Plants & Flowers section, you’ll discover these ceramic Skulls adorned with a variety of foliage, including Philodendron, Peperomia, and Calathea plant varieties. Depending on where your Trader Joe’s is located, you might find different plants thanks to West Coast and East Coast growers. The best part? With some TLC, these houseplants will thrive and the decorative Skull planters will add a unique touch to your home.

And here’s the cherry on top—you’ve got three Sugar Skull colors to choose from, including blue with cream trim, black with white trim, and white with black trim. So, you can go all out and pick up the whole set or simply snag your favorite to join your Trader Joe’s Skull collection.

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