You've probably noticed that we're a bit obsessed with houseplants here at MyDomaine HQ. While we've waxed poetic about their air-purifying and mood-boosting qualities on multiple occasions, we have yet to reveal our go-to sources for shopping for greenery (aside from Amazon's convenient plant shop, of course).
Whether you're looking to add a simple succulent to your windowsill or turn your bathroom into a tropical paradise, these online sources make it easy to liven up your space without needing to navigate your local nursery. The best part? Door-to-door delivery means you don't have to worry about how you're going to transport that oversize fiddle-leaf fig tree from your local nursery to your third-floor apartment.
Ahead are 19 of our go-to online plant delivery services that will transform your space into a jungle.
It's not hard to see why The Sill's trendy aesthetic has garnered the brand something of a cult following on Instagram. But even if you can't make the trek to NYC to visit the shop's highly Instagramable brick-and-mortar store, luckily, you can shop its selection of gorgeous indoor plants and modern planters online. The easy-to-navigate site even includes a "best for beginners" category, making it simple to find the right plant to suit your gardening skill level.
Anthropologie's gardening-focused shop is our go-to for sourcing everything from terrariums to potting soil and gardening tools. Terrain is as beautifully curated as its well-known sister site, making it easy to shop stylish finds to bring the outdoors in.
If you don't have a green thumb, we highly suggest scrolling through the Anthropologie site's selection of surprisingly realistic faux plants (you'd never guess they're fake).
Léon & George
Founded by two city dwellers "committed to the idea that plants and people belong together," Léon & George aims to bring the joy of nature indoors. Los Angeles and San Fransisco Bay Area residents, rejoice. Boasting a selection of trendy fiddle-leaf trees, tropical birds of paradise, and easy-to-care-for snake plants, the brand delivers greenery that's already potted and ready for watering directly to your door.
The Plant Shed
The Plant Shed is a must-bookmark if you're local to New York City. The devoted plant and flower shop has been an Upper West Side staple for over 37 years, delivering everything from beautiful bouquets of roses and tulips to desk-friendly cacti and succulents to New Yorkers. If you love blooms, check out its flower subscription service so your home is always filled with fresh, fragrant florals.
Specializing in simple, stylish, and eco-friendly succulent gardens, Lula's Garden ships carefully crafted collections nationwide. Prices range from $27 to $58 (and up to $135, if you're local to Los Angeles and looking to splurge on something special). While the brand does ship nationwide, it recommends springing for a heat pack if you're sending greenery to a destination with temperatures below 40 degrees.
It's no secret that we're fans of Amazon's vast faux and fresh plant selection. They have an entire plant shop that boasts an array of brands with high-quality products at affordable price points. The best part, you know they'll ship to your home no matter where you live.
When you order plants online from Bloomscape, you'll receive your new home décor in special packing technology made of 100 percent recycled materials that hold the plant and its pot in place perfectly. They also make picking the right plant for your needs easy by providing filters from the size and care difficulty to whether or not it's pet-friendly and if it cleans the air. All you have to do is unpack the plant and the pot you've selected for it and find a special place for the greenery in your home.
The Bouqs Company
If you're in the market for fresh flowers, The Bouqs Company is the place the visit. Whether you plan ahead or need to send a last-minute gift (they offer same-day delivery in as little as two hours), the site offers farm-to-table flowers from eco-friendly, sustainable farms around the world. Choose from stunning bouquets made of roses, sunflowers, peonies, succulents, and more.
The Home Depot
It's no secret that you can visit your local The Home Depot for plants and flowers, but did you know you can also order their garden products online to be delivered straight to your door? Shop succulents, cacti, bonsai trees, flower bouquets, and a wide variety of house plants with free shipping.
Leaf & Clay
California-based plant company Leaf & Clay brings you seriously cool plant offerings that can be shipped anywhere in the U.S. In addition to their popular succulents and cacti, they also sell chic pots, macrame containers, and subscription boxes for those looking for a regular supply of fresh plants for their home.
White Flower Farm
White Flower Farm is a family-owned business that's been around since 1950. Most of the plants they sell online are grown at a nursery in Litchfield, Connecticut, although they'll ship to anywhere in the U.S. except for Alaska, Hawaii, Peurto Rico, or the Virgin Islands. Visit their site to shop perennials, annuals, shrubs, vines, and bulbs. They also provide heaps of advice on how to support your own garden at home and sell all the tools and supplies you could need in order to maintain your new plants.
Created by a couple in their Chicago apartment, Modern Sprout offers gardening solutions for city dwellers. Their products are meant to make indoor gardening as simple as possible by using hydroponics (a method of growing plants without soil). Order one of their chic indoor garden kits to get started no matter where you live or how much space you have to spare. They also offer stylish accessories like brass misters, wooden grow lights, and colorful frames. Oh, and did we mention the brand once made it on Oprah's Favorite Things list?
Although you can't order fresh plants and flowers online from Target, you can peruse their artificial plant offerings for some affordable finds. Think faux fiddle leaf figs, potted agave, and banana leaf trees. Most of their products come with their own stylish pots, giving you one less thing to think about. Nevertheless, if you are looking to start your own garden at home with a fresh plant, you can always order seeds and other gardening tools online from the retail giant.
Floom works with independent florists from around the world to ship their customers striking bouquets for every occasion. Every order is professionally arranged and wrapped, making Floom a great destination for gifts and special events. If supporting talented artisans is important to you, this is the best place to order flowers online. Simply pick your blooms and select your zip code for Floom to source something beautiful from a florist in your area.
An under-the-radar place to find plants online, Etsy has a surprisingly large selection of plants, flowers, terrariums, herbs, and trees for you to choose from. For fresh plants that won't break your budget, head to the digital marketplace for a variety of greenery to add to your home décor.
Farmgirl Flowers provides designer quality, burlap-wrapped bouquets with ethically grown flowers from American farms that pay living wages. They even ensure that the farms they partner with avoid harmful chemicals and offer medical benefits for their teams. The company, founded by Christina Stembel back in 2010, offers a variety of stunning flower arrangements perfect for home, gifts, or special occasions that can be shipped anywhere in the continental U.S.
Among their array of homewares from independent boutiques, Trouva features fresh and faux plants perfect for adding a bit of life to your interiors. On their site, you'll find succulents, terrariums, house plants, and fake stems—from eucalyptus to delphinium—for a low-maintenance look that's still luxe. They also have a vast selection of modern plant stands and pots to finish whatever look you're going for.
For as little as $25 a month, you can sign up for an indoor plant subscription from Horti, which you can maintain for as many or as few months as it takes for you to feel as though your plant collection is complete. Expect highly curated plants to arrive at your door each month. Pick from packages that are best for low-light environments, are pet-friendly, are hard to kill, or are among Horti's picks. Based in Brooklyn, the brand's main focus is on urban dwellers; however, they ship anywhere in the U.S. (although New Yorkers can snag a slightly cheaper price).
From fresh to faux botanicals, Urban Outfitters has it all. If you're just beginning to grow your home plant collection, you might consider starting here. The brand also offers plenty of stylish pots, plant stands, and hanging accessories perfect for a bohemian vibe.
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