Not too big, not too small — we have a collection of medium-sized house plants perfect for every space in the house. These perfectly-formed beauties make a statement addition to any end table or sideboard.
Discover weird and wonderful small succulents for delivery
There's a reason people are crazy about succulents. Not only are they super easy to care for, but they also come in a wide range of colors and shapes. They're usually pretty small, so they can slot into the teeniest of rooms. There are so many quirky varieties to choose from, so we've put together a succulent selection featuring an assortment of two-inch sized plants. Use them to create a mini garden in your home, or give some away as gifts.
Our tiny trees for delivery are sweet as can be
Thought bonsai were the only tiny trees? Think again! Our Lil' Bit collection includes mini-me varieties like money trees, china dolls, and umbrella plants. They make excellent table plants — try using them as a centerpiece on your dining table, or a focal point in your living room.
Amp up your at-home jungle with our small plant bundles for delivery
We know it's hard to choose just one small plant for delivery. It can be tricky to know which varieties go well together, too. That's why we've put our experts on the case to create beautiful small plant bundles for delivery, featuring the perfect combo of tiny plants. For example, our snake plant bundle contains two different varieties of this famous sword-shaped plant, with different heights and patterns to add a bit of diversity to any room. Meanwhile, our kalanchoe collection features a variety of flowering succulents in warm shades of red, orange, and yellow to brighten up your home. There are lots of bundles to choose from — browse to find the right one.
Raise the roof with small hanging plants
Tabletop plants are great, but if you want to add extra variety to your rooms, we recommend picking up some small hanging plants too. These are especially great in rooms with high ceilings. Look out for easy-care options like English ivy, which can thrive in low-light situations like hallways and bathrooms.