Halloween decorating & party guide

Creative jack-o'-lanterns, no-carve pumpkins, and surprises from the kitchen

23 spooky plants for Halloween

Who needs Halloween decorations when nature provides such bizarre and beautiful creations? Display these flowers and plants to add a little haunt to your house this season...if you dare

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Staring contest
Aya Brackett

Staring contest

No, you aren’t imagining things—those are little faces on each flower of a Stanhopea wardii, an orchid from Mexico. Hang one of these from a hook and make all your guests feel like they’re surrounded by beady little eyes.

To grow: These can take a light frost if they’re protected, but should be moved indoors in a hard freeze. They don’t like to be dried out or exposed to hot sun. An atrium or porch is ideal.


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