All that inside air starting to feel a little … stale? Whether you’re trying to green your space and purify your air with houseplants, looking for flowers for someone special or want to become a member of the plant-of-the-month club, we’ve hand selected a few of our favorite sources for plants and floral delivery, directly to your door. Read on to check them out.

Botany Box

Botany Box is a curated succulent or cacti box with four easy-to-care for plants that can be purchased online for direct delivery. The plants come pre-planted and arrive at your doorstep, ready to bring a burst of energy and color into your indoor spaces.

Choose from succulents or cacti. 

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Bloomsybox

If you’re looking for a fresh floral arrangement delivery that isn’t your average “1-800-Flowers” type, Bloomsybox has got you! Just shop the arrangements and select your delivery date, flowers are shipped within 2-4 days of being cut and arranged to guarantee your blooms look great. Want to level up? You can sign up for a floral subscription service and get flowers every month! 

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Bloomscape

Whether you’re looking for a trio of plants or one big parlor palm, Bloomscape delivers the right plant directly to your door. Choose your plant online: you can filter by collection, light needs, care level, pet friendly and more. Plus they offer 24-hour advice from the Plant Mom to help you choose and maintain the perfect indoor plant for your space. You can also choose the color of the pot when ordering.

bloomscape.com 

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I know I’ve said this a zillion times but I’m going to just keep on saying it. Thank you all so much for all of your support. I just can’t get over how many of you are supporting us with your dollars and showing all the people in your lives how much you love them and wish you could be with them. ⁣ ⁣ Being cut off from loved ones has been challenging for all of us, so I won’t go into how it’s felt personally too much because it’s pretty much the same as what a lot of you are experiencing I’m sure. But I’m really missing in person connection and I’m so honored that our flowers get to play that part for so many of you. So I’m going to put a couple more orders in myself for people in my life that I wish I could be next to right now, and thank you all who have done the same. It means so much to us! ❤️ ⁣ ⁣ Also, thanks for sharing all your great pics, there’s nothing we love more than seeing all the bouquets you’re sending to each other and yourselves and also the ones you’re making at home from the videos that I’ve been posting on the weekends. By the way, another ones coming tomorrow! This beautiful pic was shared by @champagneandmacaroons. Thank you for sharing (and loooove your door mat!). 🥰 #fgflove

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Farmgirl Flowers

What started as a small Bay Area floral business with delivery by bicycle (which they still offer) has “bloomed” into a thriving business that partners with local growers nationwide. Arrangements arrive wrapped in their signature burlap and twine and have that true farmhouse flowers feel, something even Joanna Gaines would be proud of.

farmgirlflowers.com 

The Sill

The Sill ships plants directly to your door with care card and online access to answer questions about finding the right houseplant for you. They offer a nice array of orchids along with popular houseplants, and they even offer faux plants for people who just can't even with the living thing. You will also find botanical gifts including art and bath products, including adorable things like a Botany Cross Stitch Kit for the true plant nerd in your life. In addition, The Sill offers a monthly plant subscription where you receive a new potted plant each month! Prices vary. 

thesill.com 

Etsy

Do a quick search for "plants" on Etsy and abundance of choices come up, especially in the realm of quirky, adorable terrariums and planters, like this pink dinosaur planter from Plant and Color. You can find a ton of legit houseplants, though, too, like a gorgeous fiddle leaf fig (Ficus lyrata) from Plant Crafting Co.  

—Amber Guetebier

featured image: Botany Box

 

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