Pet-friendly Plants

Knowing which plants are toxic and which are safe is vital for the health & well-being of your pet. Some popular plants that should be kept away from pets include Lilies, Tulips and Azaleas. All of these plants, could be harmful to your pet, if ingested.

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Frequently asked questions

What is the most popular pet-friendly indoor plant?

At the moment, the most popular indoor plant is our Prayer Plant, following closely by our Areca Palm.

I believe my pet ate a toxic plant - what do I do?

If you suspect that your pet may have been eaten a toxic plant, it is imperative to contact your vet as soon as possible.

The earlier your pet receives treatment for the greater the chance of recovery.Some symptoms you should look out for include:

  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Weakness
  • Abnormal behavior
Can I send a plant as a gift?


Either on the product page, when selecting your plant, OR in your cart when checking out there's be a box where you can:

1. Write the name of the person the gift is for (so we can address the box to them)

2. Add a special note (if you'd like) for us to include

How do I pick the most appropriate plant for me?

When picking the best plant for you, we suggest starting by asking yourself the following questions:

1. How much light do you have?
A space with lots of bright indirect light will open itself up to more plant-possibility compared to a dark space with lots of shade.

2. How much time do you have?
Some plants can go for 2-3 weeks without any water/attention, whilst others need more frequent care.

3. What style of plant do you like?
Some prefer tree-like plants with large bright leaves, whilst others look for vined plants. It's purely personal!

Our product pages help you navigate the information above to make plant-selecting easy for you. However, feel free to reach out to us if you need any help/advice choosing a new plant!

When will my plant arrive?

We take great care in packaging and delivering our plants to make sure they arrive happy & healthy.

Most of our plants are delivered during the next business day, if the order is placed before 9PM.

When in doubt, checkout the plant page - the estimated delivery date will be there, above the Add To Cart button

How will my plant arrive?

For most plants: in its nursing pot.

Our priority is to get your plant to you as safely as possible and ensure that it flourishes when it gets there.

The most effective way to do this is to deliver your plant to you in its nursing post. Once you receive it, place your plant in the spot you plan to keep it in and leave it there, in its nursing pot, for at least 2 weeks, allowing it to acclimate to its new environment.

There are some exceptions to this approach, specifically with our range of cacti and succulents, that tend to acclimate just fine outside of their nursery pots. So, we've gone ahead and repotted those plants for you.

Do I have to repot my plant?

In short, no.

Once you receive your plant, place it in the spot you plan to keep it in (whilst still in its nursing pot) and allow it about 2 weeks to acclimate to your home's temperature and light levels.

Once acclimated, you can choose to either repot your plant or leave it in its nursing pot.

Pro tip: as long as there is room for the plant to grow in its nursing pot, you may choose to leave it in their nursing pot beyond the initial 2 weeks, and place those nursing pots in more decorative pots. Those decorative posts can then act as saucers to catch excess water when watering your plants. (more on that below).

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Healthy Plants

Before any plant leaves our nursery, we check to ensure they have healthy roots, dark green leaves, and no signs of pests or disease

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Carefully Delivered

All our plants are safely and securely packed before shipping them.
We offer free shipping and returns on all orders!

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Ease of Mind

If you're at-all unsatisfied, reach out to us within 14 days of receiving your plant and we'll make it right