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July 10, 2014
In New York, you can get virtually anything delivered, but The Sill, a houseplant shop delivery service, is tops.
the sill potted succulent

The Sill, dedicated to providing houseplants and plant consultation services, would be easy to mock if their plants and pots weren't so attractive. Plus, options to handwrite messages and deliver as gifts make this a more sustainable option over delivering bouquets. With clients like Kate Spade Saturday, Vine, Warby Parker, and Twitter, The Sill is au courant, if limited to New Yorkers only.

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sill succelent array

Party prep with a batch of bright potted succulents and cacti. Buy a pack of 25, 50, or 100. From $300.

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hyde plants the sill

The Hyde Collection comes in six color ways and are meant to fill up a windowsill with light-loving plants. $175.

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fiddle leaf fig tree

For most, city living means getting anything to your apartment over ten pounds is an annoyance at most and impossible at best. But, a charming Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree at your doorstep is a breeze. $250.

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the sill potted succulent

The Sill, dedicated to providing houseplants and plant consultation services, would be easy to mock if their plants and pots weren't so attractive. Plus, options to handwrite messages and deliver as gifts make this a more sustainable option over delivering bouquets. With clients like Kate Spade Saturday, Vine, Warby Parker, and Twitter, The Sill is au courant, if limited to New Yorkers only.

Image courtesy of The Sill.

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