Words by Maisie Bovingdon
Lidl has done it again.
The high street store has had us swooning over its range with Heidi Klum and sipping on their bargain prosecco – even the hangover free version – and now it is giving us a whole new lease of life, quite literally.
The label is set to launch a new range of five plants this week, which promise to improve air quality by reducing the pollutants in our home to make for a toxin-free zone.
Not just a pretty f̶a̶c̶e̶ leaf.
The collection will include Aloe Vera and Areca palm as well as the Spider plant, which also act to reduce humidity in the room; perfect for the balmy summer nights around the corner.
The packaging is equally as eco-friendly as each plant is wrapped in a brown paper sleeve – what more could we want?
The plants cost just £2.79 and will be available to buy from Sunday 14th April.
The news of their upcoming launch comes almost one year after the success of their house plants, which hit stores last June.
Last year’s launch saw the release of a Phoenix plant, Passion Flower Pyramid and Yucca and, if you’re a fan of Bear Grylls, you’ll know Yucca is highly sought after when stranded in the Amazon rainforest.