Best places to buy plants online for 2021March 19, 2021
Indoor plants are always in season and there are tons of online plant marketplaces that stock potted plants, ferns, flowers and succulents to brighten any corner, shelf or window sill. If you’re not in proximity to a good local greenhouse or plant shop, forgo the skimpy supply at the hardware store and buy your indoor house plants online — you’ll get more options for indoor potted plants that are pet-friendly, easy to care for and in virtually any size or species you want.
When you shop for your flora on the web, you can buy common and exotic plants from mini cacti and succulents to hanging plants, air plants and large floor plants that will anchor an entire room. Better yet, these popular online plant vendors such asand provide specific advice for plant care and tell you which plants are hard to kill, just in case plant parenting is not your forte. Most of these online plant retailers also carry a wide range of stunning pots and planters to display your new green in a myriad of styles, colors and materials.
Beyond indoor plants, we dug up an option for buying bigger outdoor plants like fruit trees, vines and shrubs for landscaping projects in case this is the summer you’re finally turning the backyard into the natural wonderland you’ve always dreamed of. And if you’re looking to grow fresh herbs inside without having to touch a single grain of soil, we’ve got you covered there too: Check out CNET’s list of .
So whatever your greenery goals are, these are the best places to buy plants online.
Whether you’re looking for indoor or outdoor plants for the home or garden, there may not be a better selection than Bloomscape. Find plants that’ll add loads of life and texture to any space, like date palms, bird of paradise, succulent varieties or those trendy fiddle leaf figs. You can shop by categories including easy care and pet-friendly and each comes with a clay pot and saucer so it’s ready to go upon arrival. Free shipping is available on all orders over $75.
If you’re looking for a very specific plant or just want to scroll greenery and flora for hours, head over to Plants.com. The online retailer has pages and pages of plants of every size and species including ferns, bonsai trees and bamboo, cacti and succulents, air plants, hanging plants, floor plants, trees and tropical plants. You can search by plant type, size and price or peruse Plants.com’s extensive selection of plant gifts.
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The Sill is another online plant marketplace with a massive selection of indoor houseplants and outdoor plants, including ferns, figs, air plant options, snake plant varieties, orchids and succulents.
The Sill also offers subscriptions: The Plants for Beginners subscription sends one easy-care indoor plant to your home each month, fit with an earthenware pot in black, blush or mint. There’s even a subscription for Pet Parents where you’ll get monthly potted plant deliveries that are perfectly safe for Fido and Garfield.
Leaf & Clay
Succulents are as easy as plants get and give you a little dessert charm without having to worry about watering them daily, or even weekly. Leaf & Clay are the online succulent specialists with endless varieties in all shapes and sizes. You can snag a 6-pack for $30 or join the Plant Mail Club and have a shipment of mini cacti show up to your door each month.
This online marketplace likes to think of itself as a vegan version of Amazon. PlantX caries a sprawling inventory of plant-based products, including a variety of indoor house plants and succulents. It’s all reasonably priced too, with most clocking in under $50 and some small plants for as little as $6. What’s nice about PlantX is you can tack other items, including ready-to-eat, plant-based meals to your order.
If you’ve got plans for some serious gardening or landscaping, the plant collection at Nature Hills is a good place to start for blooming plants, potted plant options and more. It’s got everything from houseplant options and perennial flowers to literal trees, shrubs and vines. You can find fruit trees and plants here too, including apple, citrus and stone fruit trees along with a wide range of berry bushes.
Léon & George
If you’re looking for a big showstopper of a monstera deliciosa or braided money tree to anchor a corner of your living room, try this San Francisco plant delivery service. Léon & George has a huge selection of statement plants and some sleek, modern pots to house them. Shipping costs vary depending on the size of the plant and they offer chic pots to really show off your new plant.