If You're A Taurus, This Is The House Plant You Should Get

Taurus signs, born between April 20th and May 20th, are known for being practical, stable, and very hardworking (via Women's Health). As earth signs, Tauruses are down-to-earth in nature. Those born under the Taurus sign appreciate the traits that they reportedly possess: steadiness, dependability, and steadfastness. They are loyal, good friends and partners, and determined.

However, don't mistake Tauruses for being pushovers because they are anything but that. In fact, they have an innate stubbornness and are often not willing to give in when they hold onto a position or belief (via Allure). Taurus will stick to their convictions until the bitter end and not give up, especially when they think they're right.

Symbolized by the bull, headstrong Taurus don't like to veer away from their original plans and would much rather follow the path they set out for themselves.

Like Cancers, Taurus signs have an affinity for home and family and enjoy surrounding themselves with fine things. They love children and activities that help them work with their hands, like cooking, cleaning, and gardening.

Since they enjoy gardening, let's look at the perfect plant for this sign.

This plant is ideal for Taurus signs

Since Tauruses enjoy work and get satisfaction from doing, it makes sense the ideal plant for them is a fiddle leaf fig (via Pro Flowers). These attractive plants are a bit high-maintenance. They originate in the wetlands of Africa and need to be kept in steamy and humid environments, which isn't ideal for everyone. Yet persistent Taurus will do the work necessary to keep these plants thriving. That includes regular trims when leaves turn brown from too much sun and dusting off the leaves weekly to keep the leaves glossy and allow them to absorb more sunlight.

Fiddle leaf fig plants can be a little temperamental when it comes to water and light. They need to be kept away from drafts and not get too much sun either. Also, while they thrive from regular watering, too much water will cause root rot, and not watering enough will quickly cause leaves to wilt. Fiddle Leaf Fog Plant Resource recommends sticking to a regular schedule and watering the fiddle leaf just once a week, preferably on the same day each week.

Aesthetically pleasing, The Spruce recommends making fiddle leaf figs the center of a room. With leaves shaped like little violins, they are visually stunning.