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Bloomin’ Lovely Plant Delivery Services in London

Bloomin’ Lovely Plant Delivery Services in London

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Hands up if you’ve fallen victim to London’s house plant delivery service boom sweeping social media as of late? We thought so.

What was once a pastime for our Grandads has now become really cool and it feels like the more plants in our homes, the better.

Having plants inside is well known for having a multitude of benefits: from increasing the air quality in your home to improving your mental wellbeing. 

And whilst it can be fun to wander into a nostalgia-inducing garden centre or an ultra-hipster plant store and pick a plant (or five) out in person, some of us just ain’t got the time. 

Not sure where to start? Here’s our guide to London’s top online plant retailers so you can get yourself a new plant baby.

 

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Best Plant Delivery Services in London 

Forest

With stores in East Dulwich and Deptford, Forest is the coolest plant store on the block.  

Their website lets you filter plants with different requirements, so you don’t need to worry about whether your plant will be able to survive in your tiny one-bed flat on the fringes of the capital. 

With an extensive pet-safe range, as well as trendy pots and hangers for you to style out your plants with, Forest is our favourite place for plant delivery in London. Even more, they even let you collect if you want your new plant baby like, yesterday. 

The Stem

The Stem has exploded onto London’s plant delivery scene in the past year and a half. 

They offer a broad range of pot plants, from indoor varieties like succulents to hardier outdoor offerings. Check out the exciting range of small trees including bay, lemon, and key lime varieties. 

The Stem also stocks an exciting range of seeds and bulbs, so for those with a little more space (and a little more patience!) they could be an excellent option. 

Make sure to check out their range of handy and stylish accessories. From grow lights to self-watering inserts, you’re sure to find something to help your garden grow without the need to spend all hours of the day tending to it. Dream.

Bloom and Wild

Many people know Bloom and Wild for their stunning flower arrangements and impeccable attention to detail, but this flower shop also boasts an incredible array of house plants for delivery in London. 

All of their houseplants come with a range of pots to choose from, and even the larger plants are on the affordable end pricewise. A very solid choice and a great gift. 

We love the look of their money plants and adorable mini pineapple plants (sadly, they’re not edible). They’ll also send seeds through the letterbox and offer a monthly flower subscription if you’re serious about growing your green collection.

Bloombox Club

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Focusing explicitly on indoor plants, the Bloombox Club isn’t just a straightforward online plant store. Rather, they offer a subscription service, which guarantees you a box every month containing special indoor plants and other goodies. 

The Bloombox Club see themselves as more than just a plant store, but a means in which to help us to create calming, stress-free spaces to live in. 

Also, their website is full of great information about how plants affect our mental wellbeing – which we think is blooming marvellous.

Patch

Delighted to have a new green friend, but terrified of killing your baby? Don’t worry – Patch has your back. 

Offering a plant-parenting course and providing ‘plant doctors’ on hand to help you out, even the least green-fingered among us are safe in Patch’s hands. 

They also offer a range of ‘unkillables’ for that extra security, as well as some slightly more fragile plants for the more experienced plant parents. 

Oh, and their range of plant pots and other accessories are artsy and stylish too. 

Lazy Flora

Elevate your plant game with Lazy Flora’s cracking selection of houseplants. 

Whether you want a simple Spider plant or a more colourful option such as a Guzmania, or even the completely fabulous Croton, there’s plenty of choice here. And you can opt for a monthly subscription that sends out unique offerings each month.

Lazy Flora’s small but perfectly formed collection of plant pots are seriously impressive too.

Floom

Think of Floom as a hub for independent stores across the capital to sell their house plants. Just pop your postcode in on the website and Floom will tailor the search results accordingly. 

Whether you fancy a delicate Bonsai or a more hardy Aloe, Floom lets you know exactly which store your new plant baby has come from – you might just discover a new plant shop gem in your area.

Practical Tips for Choosing a Houseplant Delivery Service in London

Hands up if you’ve fallen victim to London’s house plant delivery service boom sweeping social media as of late? We thought so.

What was once a pastime for our Grandads has now become really cool and it feels like the more plants in our homes, the better.

Having plants inside is well known for having a multitude of benefits: from increasing the air quality in your home to improving your mental wellbeing. 

And whilst it can be fun to wander into a nostalgia-inducing garden centre or an ultra-hipster plant store and pick a plant (or five) out in person, some of us just ain’t got the time. 

Not sure where to start? Here’s our guide to London’s top online plant retailers so you can get yourself a new plant baby.

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