20 Places to Buy Houseplants Online
Does plant shopping seem daunting? Or maybe you're looking for a special succulent to complete your indoor jungle? Don't fret any longer. Here's the dirt on where to find the best houseplants for sale online.
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You can purchase high-quality live plants, gift bundles, plant subscription boxes and planters all with just a click of a mouse at The Sill. This unique brand also brings communities together through “plant swaps” and in-person shopping experiences in major cities like New York, L.A. and Chicago. Find out which houseplants are the easiest to grow.
With an on-call horticulture expert to help with your pressing plant q’s, Soil & Clay’s customer service is hard to beat. They also provide a plant care guide to help you take the absolute best care of your plant babies. Bonus: If your plant dies within 14 days, they’ll replace it for free!
We love Urban Stems‘ unique plant and pot options. (Like how cute is this gold elephant planter?!) Plus, if you’re looking to send a plant for a special occasion, Urban Stems has got you covered. You can shop for any event on their site—from anniversaries to housewarming gifts. Growing herbs? Check out these charming indoor herb garden planters.
Target’s plant selection is just another reason to love this major retailer. If you’re unsatisfied with your purchase, returns are made easy since they’re a major big-box store—just return at your nearest Target location! Do keep in mind that you’ll most likely need to purchase a replacement online since most of Target’s plant stock is sold on their website. Make sure to check out their latest limited-edition plant collection with Hilton Carter, too.
When you order from Bloomscape, you know your houseplants will arrive safe and sound. They’ve nailed down shipping plant orders to a science. (They have been in the plant business for over five generations, after all). Each plant is securely fastened in recyclable and/or biodegradable packaging to prevent damage and spillage.
Horti offers plant subscription boxes for as little as $20/month. You can choose either the monthly, 6-month or 12-month program—depending on your plant wishes. You can also share your green thumb with others through Horti’s Plant Kindness program where you can send a plant to a stranger. Horti returns the favor by sending out five free plants to random customers each month.
Leon & George values high-quality materials and service—and it shows. Each and every plant is hand-picked and cared for by their staff before shipping. You can also choose to have a doorstep delivery or in-home installation, which includes unwrapping, positioning and cleanup.
You know if you’re shopping through Etsy that you’re supporting a small business or maker. And with over 163,000 houseplants to choose from, you’ll be able to find exactly what you’re looking for while knowing exactly where your dollars are going.
Lively Root is your go-to if you’re looking for out-of-the-box plant options, like pineapple plants or flamingo flowers. They also sell plant collections if you want to order an arrangement of plant buddies. Look to your zodiac sign to find the perfect houseplant for you.
1-800-Flowers.com isn’t just for flower deliveries anymore. If you’re looking for a beautiful succulent display, like this heart-shaped planter, you’ve come to the right place. They also sell mini trees, cacti, orchids and a wide variety of other houseplants.
Did you know that Anthropologie has a gardening brand? Terrain is your one-stop shop for all things patio furniture and plants (both indoor and outdoor). They’ve got plenty of hanging plants and even spruce and cedar samplings to choose from.
Garden Goods Direct is a must-try for any pet owner. They have 114 different pet-friendly plant options to choose from that are 100% safe for your furry friends. Make sure you’re pet-proofing your home in these ways, too.
Rise Gardens are a little different than your average houseplant delivery service. They sell layered vertical gardens so you can grow fresh herbs and produce right inside your home. You can choose from three different garden sizes depending on how much you’d like to grow. Make sure you’re following these gardening tips.
West Elm’s selection may be small, but it is mighty with plants like peace lilies and string of pearls. You can even purchase a Smart Garden LED set for easy-to-grow herbs and produce.