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Mail Order Plants

Mail Order Plants

Maybe you're thinking of picking up some colorful plants for your office this weekend, but you don't want to spend a lot of money. Or maybe you live in a city apartment where you can't have a garden.Shipping was very fast. Plant was well packed and well watered.Still wet when I unpacked the plant.The white wedding hydrangea looks awesome!!!So very happy how good this plant looks!Just like I went to a store and bought it today, but It traveled all the way up the east coast to my garden to live,Thank You!Beautiful evergreen plant. Arrived in perfect conditions and well packed. It’s been a year and the plants are more beautiful than when I planted. They did well in the winter. I will recomend to order here. The plants eere in better conditions than the nursery and they don’t even had this one.

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The internet has transformed gardeners' shopping habits. Buying plants by mail order from the comfort of your own home couldn't be easier – you can order from reputable nurseries and specialist growers to supply your favourite plants.Plant catalogues remain ever popular, however, and offer photographs of bountiful crops and beautiful flowers.Bare-root plants: Ensure bare-root plants do not dry out if weather conditions are not favourable for planting. Unwrap packaging and stand roots in a bucket of moist compost to prevent desiccation. Keep in a frost-free place and plant as soon as possible once the weather conditions improve. Bare-root trees and shrubs can be heeled into a trench (dug deep enough to go below frozen soil and backfilled with unfrozen soil) until conditions improve.

Inspired by her own experience with houseplants in New York City, founder Eliza Bank helps customers green up their interior spaces based on their personal schedules—that is, how frequently plants can be attended to—and their home’s available sunlight. Choose from an array of low-light plants (such as ferns) and bright-light plants (like succulents). There’s also a large selection of pet-friendly plants for households with cats and dogs. The site, which launched in 2012, has rapidly grown to include plant design and installation services, as well as a line of stoneware pots.If what you’re seeking is a specialty plant—that is, something that you aren’t guaranteed to see the next time you visit a friend or peruse Pinterest—check out the Web shop of Pistils Nursery. Based in Portland, Oregon, it stocks everything from kokedama kits to staghorn ferns and everything in between. (Note: Its blog is also an excellent place to brush up on care and planting tips.) Shop Now: pistilsnursery.com (Source:ww.architecturaldigest.com)

 

 

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