We’ll take one for every room.

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Run, don’t walk to the nearest Aldi to snag a great deal on a sought-after houseplant.  

Normally costly investments, fiddle leaf fig trees are prized for their lush leaves and ability to make a statement. While you’d usually have to fork over close to $100 to get your hands on one, Aldi is currently offering the popular plant for just $12.99.

10 inch Fiddle Leaf Fig
Credit: Aldi

The fiddles in question come in 10-inch textured plastic pots, which are available in white and brown. A word to the wise: the buzzy sale started last week, and supplies are limited, so don’t be surprised if your local Aldi has already sold out.

If you’re lucky enough to get your hands on one of these beauties for a song, we recommend educating yourself on how best to take care for it. Though notoriously fickle, a happy fiddle leaf fig tree can grow up to 10 feet indoors.

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To get the most out of your new tree, you’ll want to plant it in well-draining soil and place it in a spot that gets plenty of indirect light. Fiddle leaf fig trees thrive in humidity and warmth, so they do best in areas where there are no drafts, especially during winter.

And, most importantly, enjoy your new plant friend!