Best Places To Order Houseplants Online
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You don't have to go to an actual plant store to buy plants! Here are some online sites where you can shop from the comfort of your home.
Instead of browsing actual nurseries or flower shops for new plants, check out these websites for fresh options, monthly subscriptions, niche supplies and more — all at the tap of a button.
Best for: Plant Newbies
Besides brick-and-mortar locations in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles, plant lovers can shop The Sill’s extensive online selection of live (and faux) houseplants, with or without pots. Shop based on your needs, such as pet-friendly or low-light appropriate, or choose from one of their best-sellers. Extreme plant lovers may want to consider the Plant Parent Club. For $39/year, you get free shipping and 10 percent off your order, in-store and online.
Best for: Bonsais
Lovers of bonsai trees should check out Dandy Farmer. Based in New York City, they offer a variety of tiny trees, ready for indoor or outdoor spaces. If you’re just getting started, explore their low-light offerings for something easy to care for. Bonsai aficionados will appreciate the one-of-a-kind trees from the special collection.
Nature Hills Nursery
Best for: Anything Green
Nature Hills Nursery calls itself “America’s largest online plant nursery,” so it’s likely you’ll find something on your plant wishlist, plus a few botanical treasures you’ve never seen before. In addition to a solid selection of houseplants, this nursery also sells perennials and fruit trees.
House Plant Shop
Best for: Budget Shopping
Investing in new plants, pots and tools doesn’t need to be as expensive as you might think. House Plant Shop offers free nationwide shipping and a guarantee on their variety of plants which won’t break the bank. If you’re searching for a gift for your fellow plant lover, check out The Garden Shop, filled with colorful enamel pins, informative books and more.
Best for: Beginner Houseplants
Looking to kick-start your collection with simple-to-grow houseplants? Horti’s Order a Jungle service, starting at $65, offers a pack of five, 10, 15 or 20 plants chosen for your specific home environment. You can also purchase one-offs, and there’s a subscription option as well. When you browse this site, it’s easy to see these people really love plants.
Best for: Topiaries
Sister business to Anthropologie, Free People and Urban Outfitters, Terrain has a wide selection of plants, including live and preserved topiaries. They also sell bulbs and seeds if you’re ready to test your green thumb.
Best for: Cacti
Curating a cactus collection? Hot Cactus offers a variety of cacti and rare desert plants out of their Los Angeles and New York City shops. They regularly add new arrivals and offer lots of tools, clothing and pots as well.
Garden Goods Direct
Best for: Green Thumbs
Shop by houseplant type on Garden Goods Direct or explore the site based on your needs, such as beginner-friendly or pet-safe. If you have a yard and garden, check out GGD’s expansive selection of perennials, trees, shrubs and garden goods.
Best for: Clippings
Did you know you can purchase plant clippings and full-grown plants on Etsy? Find inexpensive clippings to start new plants, or search “plants” for established specimens. Plus, you can find uncommon and/or vintage pots and planters on the site.
Leaf & Clay
Best for: Succulents
Lovers of succulents and cacti will appreciate the wide selection from Leaf & Clay. The plants can be purchased individually in curated collections. Their Plant Mail Club sends a three-pack your way for $15.95/month and up.