Plants Shipped with Pot and Soil
List of Plants Shipped with Pot and Soil
The plants listed below are shipped with the pot and soil to ensure that they can stay healthy through transit:
- Most plants shown in 2" pot (exclusion applies, some 2" plants are shipped bare root to provide better protection)
- String of Pearls in 2" and 4" pot
- Variegated String of Pearls
- String of Hearts
- Variegated String of Hearts
- String of Raindrops
- Angel Tears Variegata
Caution for Repotting
Most plants listed above are more sensitive and require proper caring in order for them to stay healthy and thrive.
At arrival, repotting of these plants is not recommended because the roots would be disturbed, making it more difficult for the plants to recover after long transit time. It is best to wait for the plants to recover, then proceed repotting with caution and try to keep as much of the original soil as possible to minimize the shock to the plants..
Plants Shown in 2" Pot
Most plants shown in 2" pot are shipped with the pot and soil because they're small, easy to be cleaned, and less vulnerable to damage, in comparison to larger plants.
On the other hand, some plants shown in 2" pot are shipped bare roots under certain circumstances, such as the following:
- Plants require soft paper wrapping to prevent damage during transit
- Plants might be damaged by their own pot during transit
- Other plants in the same package might be damaged by the included 2" pots
If you would like to ensure that your purchased plants, shown in 2" pots, be shipped with the pot and soil, please leave a special note in your order or contact us for further help. We'll get back to you shortly.
When Receiving the Plant
When the plants arrive, they might appear dehydrated and the soil would be mostly dry. This is very normal because both the plant and soil have to be dry in order to minimize humidity in the box and to prevent damage to the plant.
Rest assured, the plants will recover quickly when they start to receive adequate watering and sunlight. Within a couple days, you'll notice that the plant will start to thrive.