If you're looking to kit out your home jungle, your first stop should be your neighborhood nursery or plant shop.
But maybe you don't have one, or you can't transport your purchases, or you're looking for something specific your local doesn't have. In which case the internet is ready to help.
Available in seemingly infinite varieties, and with plenty of enchanting pattern-like shapes to choose from, succulents and cacti are having a bit of a moment.
Extremely low effort and hugely forgiving of neglect, some to consider include the mandala-like echeveria, the heart-shaped hoya, and the zebra-striped haworthia.
Just avoid the overly spiky or spiny ones if you’re clumsy, or you’ve got children or cats.
Watering can (more elegant than using a coffee mug or filling your mouth with water)
Fertilizer sticks (tuck them into the soil and forget about them)
Humidifier (most house plants like it moist)
Trowel (more respectable than using a dessert spoon)
Spray bottle (for misting leaves and looking like a pro)