PLANT CARE

Indoor Plant Delivery: Welcoming Your New Plant Home

So you tried our indoor plant delivery (thanks!) and are anxiously awaiting the arrival of your new plant friend.

While you wait for your newest leafy addition, we want to make sure the two of you are set up for success from the very beginning. Follow these steps to see how easy it is to unpack your plant and keep it healthy from the first day in its new home.

Keep an eye on the weather

You will receive an email with your FedEx tracking number after your plant has shipped. We take great care to make sure your plant is packaged in a way that not only protects it from breakage, but also from temperature extremes. However, if it is unusually hot or cold the day your plant is set to arrive try to avoid leaving it outside for too long.

Unbox your plant

1. Stand your box on end with the arrow pointing up.
Indoor Plant Delivery Bloomscape Step 1

2. Cut along the green tape to open the box and slide your plant out.
Indoor Plant Delivery Bloomscape Step 2

3. Cut the tape on the corners of the inner box that is holding your plant.
Indoor Plant Delivery Bloomscape Step 3

4. Next, remove the coco fiber mat from the top of the soil.
Indoor Plant Delivery Bloomscape Step 4

5. You can keep or remove the spanish moss—either way is fine.
Indoor Plant Delivery Bloomscape Step 5

6. Unpack the saucer and care card.
Indoor Plant Delivery Bloomscape Step 6

7. Read the care card included and learn about light requirements, water needs (check to see if your plant needs to be watered immediately), additional care recommendations, humidity preference, and more.
Indoor Plant Delivery Bloomscape Step 7

8. Find the perfect place in your home or office for your new plant friend!
Indoor Plant Delivery Bloomscape Step 8

Take a pic and share!

We love seeing Bloomscape plants in the wild! Tag us @bloomscape and use the hashtag #newplantfriend.
Bloomscape Indoor Plant Delivery

Reach out if you have questions

Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns via email, chat, Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. And don’t forget, Plant Mom is here to help you be a successful plant parent! No matter what your question is or what kind of plant you have, Plant Mom is here to answer your questions and give you the encouragement you need.