As Millennials have come to rely on online platforms for making a variety of home purchases, a variety of start-ups are now offering online plant shops that ship neatly packaged leafy products in boxes that arrive like any other ecommerce order. While some brands focus on the aesthetic or wellness qualities of plants, others brand themselves as the perfect providers of plants for the entire home with curated plant sets, or plants that are especially hard to kill.
To help novice and expert plant parents alike, online plant shops often share extensive information on plant care.
For consumers who appreciate the aesthetic of houseplants but prefer a no-maintenance solution, a handful of brands offer highly realistic faux plants—some of which even include slightly browning and discolored leaves.
From D2C Houseplant Start-Ups to Wellness-Centric Plant Shops
Discolored Fake Plants
'Slightly Browning Fake Plants' Resemble Slightly Neglected Houseplants
Millennial-Targeted Faux Plants
Urban Outfitters Launched a Stylish Line of Fake Plants
Affordable Home Pineapple Plants
Asda is Selling an Inexpensive, Oxygen-Generating Pineapple Plant
eCommerce Plant Shops
The 'Amazon Plants Store' Sells Indoor Plants with Next-Day Delivery
Fashionable Succulent Shops
PRICK is "London's First Cactus and Succulent Boutique"
Online Houseplant Shops
The Plant Shop at 1-800-Flowers.com Simplifies Plant Shopping Online
Millennial-Focused Urban Garden Centers
Patch Delivers "Urban Jungles" and Advice for Keeping Them
Whole-Home Houseplant Sets
Horti Makes Buying Indoor Plants in Large Quantities Effortless
Wellness-Centric Plant Shops
'The Sill' Appeals to Millennials from a Self-Care Perspective
D2C Houseplant Start-Ups
Bloomscape Conveniently Delivers Plants Across the US in Boxes