Yes, indoor house plants are generally small in size and do not take too much space. You can place them on your side table, on a console near the window, or in any corner. The only consideration you need to keep in mind is their access to sunlight.
Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about our plants
I have very limited space at home. Can I still get indoor plants?
This is my first time to purchase and I can't decide what to get. Where do I begin?
If you’re a beginner, you can start with house plants that are easiest to grow. These include pothos, philodendron, sansevieria, rubber plants, spider plants, dracaena, succulents, cast iron plants, and umbrella plants.
I don't have much light in my home. What indoor plants is suitable to my home?
Can I use grow lights as a substitute to natural sunlight?
What should I do if my indoor house plants get too big?
You will need to replant them into a larger container and provide bigger space where they can continue to grow.
How should I take care of my house plants?
Here are some useful tips to keep in mind when caring for your indoor plants.
- Keep the soil in the pot moist. Make sure that it’s not too wet nor too dry.
- Ensure that the plant pot has enough holes at the bottom that serve as drainage holes.
- Keep your house plants near a light source, whether it’s natural sunlight or an artificial grow light.
- Follow specific care instructions for the type or specie of plant you have in your home.
For more tips and guides, be sure to check out our Blog section.
Do you ship worldwide?
Yes, we ship indoor house plants to anywhere in the world. Simply place your order through our online shop, make your payment, and wait for your plants as we deliver them right at your doorstep.
Do you have a physical store where I can visit and look at your plants?
No, we only manage an online store. If you’d like to talk to one of our plant experts, call us at 07432741352.
How do you ship your plants?
We ship indoor house plants using double-walled strong cardboard boxes, with air cushion packages to keep the plants as safe as possible. Generally, plants are shipped rooted in damp sphagnum moss or Leca, others in a mix of coir.