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    Bedroom Jungle

    Bedroom Jungle

    There are 3 different plants in this photo: back left is a very large Ficus which would run around $1200. Next is a tall skinny dark green colored rubber plant around $700 - best to start with a 6' tall $300 one and let it grow. To the left of the bed is a green bushy rubber plant ($500) and on the floor is a monstera $200. Prices will vary due from location to location. Please call us for help.


      Smaller specimen plants are less expensive due to reduced labor costs because one person can repot and deliver the plant. When you get into plants that require a container much over 18" OD, that means more heavy dirt and requires 2 people to deliver, hence the prices accelerate. Of course, large high quality specimen plants ramp up the price too.

      The person who lives in this bedroom has a very diligent green thumb because these plants have been "grown on." Originally, they were likely half the size. If you know how to grow indoor plants, remember they can grow over a foot during their growing season. Personally I have had grown such large fiddle leaf ficus that their limbs had to be supported with twine through eye-hooks screwed into 14' tall ceilings. It's a great look and so worth the effort!

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      Since we are dealing with a perishable product and since most everyone has a smart phone, our return policy requires a photo accompanied by either order #, or sender’s last name or recipient’s last name (for order identification). Please email to or text/call 888-346-3356 within 24 hours of delivery.

      Expedited returns are usually a result of dead flowers, unfulfilled requests so judged within reason, or straight-up missed-delivery with no adequate explanation. These circumstances usually result in immediate cancellation & credit in our system Please bear in mind, that sometimes the cash settlement is delayed by your bank’s or credit card policy.

      In our experience, florists do not intentionally send out dead flowers, but wholesalers and growers are known to skirt the limits. They know if their hydrangeas haven’t hardened, or other their roses have been in the fridge for too long, then after they are in room temperature, the flowers will “go down” aka, be dead by bed time. Other scenarios include cold wind: orchid blooms wilt, Poinsettia leaves curl then crisp up.

      Dehydration and/or extreme heat can cause temperate flowers to wilt. If this is the case it is easily remedied by adding water to the vase.

      All vases should be topped up upon receipt. Spring bulb flowers drink like crazy so their containers should be filled up almost every day. every 3 days, remove 'old flowers', re-cut the stems and change out the old water for fresh. These few steps can add days to your flowers!


    Atop a clear glass pedestal or cylinder vase, sits a basketball sized, lush arrangement packed with multiple shades of bright to pale pink roses, dotted with carnations & dark foliage sprigs.  The final touch of pale pink or white orchids makes for an exquisite design.
    In this photo it is Chrysanthemums - specifically Cremones shown here in a  clear glass vase filled with 60-80 stems of dark pink, purple and red Chrysanthemums.
    A large bunch of white clematis in a tall Japonesque inspired vase: Tall white and tapered. Only available with a week's notice from May through most the summer. 
Similar vases are available with pre-planning & deeper pockets.   A simple tall & narrow leaf lined glass square or round cylinder vase is included in the price.