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The 11 best houseplant delivery services in London

Is your flat feeling a bit, er, flat? Get some houseplants delivered and breathe some life into your living space

By George Blew
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Spending so much time indoors really makes you appreciate all the greenery we have in London – technically our fair city is the largest urban forest in the world. But, at least for now, many of our favourite green spaces are off-limits, so why not bring the plants to you? Your local garden centres may be delivering and we’re sure they'd love some support. But if they’re closed, we’ve put together a list of the best houseplant delivery services in London, so you can freshen up your flat in just a few clicks.

11 ace London houseplant delivery services

Bloom & Wild

A stalwart supplier of flora in London, Bloom & Wild has applied its letterbox-friendly dispatch method to houseplants, too. It’ll hand-pack your chosen greenery, along with a useful pop-up plant pot, and drop it off the next day.

Bloombox Club

Bloombox Club was founded by psychologists Dr Katie Cooper becasue she saw the many benefits associated with plant-care. It offers an ace range of plants for different areas of your space, plus pots and accessories. If you’re looking to build up your collection, there’s a subscription service, too.

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Click and Grow

Click and Grow has used green-fingered technology to produce a range of smart gardens (aka houseplants for lazy people). This innovative system gives water, light and nutrients to your plants automatically, ensuring they thrive indoors. There are loads of herbs and dinky plant pods to choose from to get you started, too.

Floom

With one of the biggest catalogues in the UK, Floom is famous for its quick and easy flower delivery service, but did you know that it does plants, too? Yep, it works with selected artisan suppliers to offer all kinds of houseplants. If you order by noon, you can bag same-day delivery – contact-free, of course.

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Flowerbx

Flowerbx offers a great range of curated houseplants: from ferns to palms, it has something for every space. And, if it somehow doesn’t stock the perfect plant for you, you might find what you want in its selection of top-notch foliage. Plus, if you can wait a couple of days for your new flora, delivery is free across London.

Flower Station

As some of us know all too well, maintaining houseplants can be harder than you might think. Luckily, Flower Station has an epic range of long-lasting specimens that are hardy enough to survive with minimal care. After something a bit more vibrant? Orchids are also available for home delivery.

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Interflora

If you’re looking for a present for that special someone that lasts longer than your typical bouquet, Interflora delivers houseplants in pretty pots. It even offers indoor trees if you want a statement piece. There’s a variety of delivery options to ensure your gift arrives on time.

Patch

Patch is probably the most well-known plant delivery service in London. It has a gigantic range of houseplants, usually offering various sizes of each, so you can choose what works for your space. And it has nifty collections – like this super-useful unkillables list – to help you find exactly what you’re after. 

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RHS Plants

If anyone knows a thing or two about plants, it’s Alan Titchmarsh. But the Royal Horticultural Society is pretty clued-up, too. Its catalogue is a huge as you would expect. The only downside is that you may have to wait a little longer than with some other services, but you can be sure your plants will be ace with they arrive.

Suttons

Having been at it since 1806, these guys know a pretty plant when they see one. Their range of houseplants is massive and can be sorted by colours or seasons, so you can find the perfect potted gem for your home. Suttons also offers tools and seeds if you fancy starting from scratch.

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Waitrose Garden

As you’d expect from Waitrose, this may not be the cheapest selection around (don’t worry there are plenty of options below £20), but the houseplants are all top quality. It has some awesome hanging plants available, as well as a cactus collection that requires minimal care.

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