Target’s Halloween Succulents Are Straight Out of “Little Shop of Horrors”

published Sep 17, 2021
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Each year, Target manages to top itself with its Halloween decorations, and this year is no exception. The retailer just rolled out its line of Halloween succulents, and the entire collection is equal parts adorable and spooky, as the dream holiday decor should be.

Launching this week in-store and online, Target’s Hyde & EEK! Boutique debuted a line of faux planters that will look right at home in the space of any “Little Shop of Horrors” fan. With eight faux seasonally spooky plants to choose from, there’s something for everyone. And with prices ranging from $5 to $35 per planter, you can add a bit of whimsy to your holiday display without breaking the bank.

The colorful collection includes all kinds of festive faux succulents that Halloween fans will love year after year. From the Ghoulish Garden Blood Succulent ($5) with a creepy Venus fly trap perched upon a classic orange pumpkin to the Ghoulish Garden Dreadful Daisy Succulent ($5) with a black daisy flower and a skull at the center inside a white pumpkin, it’s no wonder why the new items are already scoring rave reviews from Target shoppers.

To truly make your indoor garden pop, you’ll love the bigger options up for grabs as part of the collection, like the Ghoulish Garden Kiss of Death Cloche Plants ($20), which includes a spine-tingling kiss of death plant and an orange scorpion housed inside a cloche container. There are also three large Venus fly trap-inspired options that make for a perfect mix-and-match decorating scheme.

If scares aren’t quite your scene, you’ll love the Ghoulish Garden Wild Gorechid Faux Halloween Plant ($20), a faux purple dragon orchid nestled inside a pumpkin orange planter. What it lacks in creeps it makes up for in sophistication with a hint of spookiness.

Be sure to grab your favorites online and in stores soon, as these limited-edition items are sure to sell out faster than you can say “trick or treat.”