Aloe tiki tahi
This variant is currently sold out.
Incredibly easy to look after, this aloe variety has a cool pattern on its tough glossy green leaves.
It'll thrive in a bright spot, and just water it when the soil becomes completely dry. They're not mad on humidity, so avoid putting it in the bathroom. Feed it once a year (with a feed for succulents and cacti) in spring and it'll be all set.
Aloes aren't plants for shady rooms, so make sure they get a good few hours of bright light every day (if that's even possible in Ireland).
Aloe are mildly toxic for pets if ingested.
(Plants and decorative pots are sold separately)