Potted Plant Delivery
Potted plants for delivery can take a dull or plain room and make it really pop. By adding a potted plant to a shelf, a succulent to your windowsill, or placing a small tree in the corner, you add a vivacious and welcoming accessory to your space. Plants symbolize life and growth. Whether they adorn your living room at home or fill the corner at your office, you’ll be reminded of the calming beauty of nature.
What outdoor potted plants are easiest to take care of?Succulents are prized not only for their gorgeous colors and pleasing symmetrical patterns, but also because they are very low maintenance. A succulent in a window sill only needs to be watered once or twice a week, and as long as the soil drains properly, that’s pretty much all you need to do to keep it happy and healthy. Of course, there are plenty of other great, low-maintenance options in our collection. Luxurious green plants like golden pothos, colorful options including flowering plants like the pink prayer plant, and novelties like bonsai trees can be simple to keep fresh and healthy. Indoor plants like these only need indirect sunlight and regular watering to stay happy. Plus, instructions for care are included with the delivery of any indoor potted plant so you always know what your plant needs.
How are ProFlowers potted plants delivered?Proflowers deliveries are handled with the greatest care and caution. We know how important it is that your loved one receives their potted plant delivery in one piece, so we prioritize fast, safe, and efficient delivery.
If you are ordering a potted plant delivery as a last-minute gift, don’t worry, we offer next-day delivery, Monday through Saturday. Rest assured that your loved one will receive their beautiful plant on time to celebrate whatever the occasion may be.If you have concerns about your plant’s safety during delivery, or found that your plant arrived damaged, call us at 1.800.580.2913, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here for you 24-hours-a-day for any plant and flower delivery concerns.