Add to your plant collection without leaving your home. There are many great online resources for purchasing plants instead of visiting a nursery or garden center.
Bloomscape sends potted plants directly to your doorstep. Terra cotta planters are available in five different colors: stone, clay, charcoal, slate or indigo. Plants come in a variety of sizes, depending on your space. Outdoor plants are also available. Read about care recommendations on the website.
Horti operates on a subscription model. Users receive hard-to-kill plants in their first subscription box. Horti slowly introduces more exotic plants along with detailed care instructions. Individual plant options are also available for purchase.
What better place to shop for plants than Plants.com? The retailer specializes in indoor plants, with options for different budgets. Plants.com even allows you to browse by room. Check out the Greenhouse blog for helpful tips.
The Sill sells indoor plants perfect for small living spaces. Beyond selling live plants, The Sill also offers faux, dried and preserved plants, flowers, botanicals, pots and accessories. Invest in the monthly subscription box or send a gift card. The Sill offers guidance for plant beginners, with suggestions of best plants for pet owners, a care library and online workshops.
Urban Stems is a great option for gifting flowers and plants. Shop by plant type, price, plant attributes, size and occasion to find the right plant for you or your loved one.
Every kid wonders what it would be like to live inside a bustling airport — even for just one night. The TWA Hotel gives you that experience with retro décor so you can fantasize about living a glamorous life as a flight attendant in the 1960s.
National Best Friend Day is June 8, so now’s the time to plan how to celebrate your bestie. The recently opened The Ven at Embassy Row in Washington, D.C., offers one option with its Celebrate Your Bestie package. The hotel boasts a stunning rooftop pool and a prime location in Dupont Circle, so gather your closest friends and plan a visit to the nation’s capital.
Move over mimosa: Spiked coffee from the Keurig is taking the spotlight at Sunday brunch. Cask & Kettle created the first ready-to-drink hot cocktails that brew with the perfect amount of booze for any special occasion.