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Intercept Pharmaceuticals Office Plant Project

May 23, 2014

Intercept Pharmaceuticals recently moved to a brand new office in Chelsea, NY. Lovely cool colors and modern lines of design make this space very stylish. We were very excited to get our plants in and complete the look of this office. Here is what we’ve done! Thank you Intercept Pharmaceuticals for choosing My City Plants! Would you […]

 

Quantcast Office Plant Project

February 13, 2014

Quantcast’s group of very talented people settled in a large loft on Park Avenue South. “Our growing office has an eclectic mix of teams and personalities, but we’re primarily a sales and client services office, with a strong dash of marketing and creative in the mix.”- says team. We were happy to find some cool, […]

 


Cppib America Office Plant Project

February 13, 2014

CPPIB America opened a new office in a brand new building on Madison avenue in mid-January. Modern and chic building has great office space with breathtaking views of Manhattan. We all know that even the most stylish place always looks cold and unwelcoming without green color and style of live plants. Proudly we were the […]

 

Green Friends For Rockefeller University

August 23, 2013

We were very happy to get our first custom assignment with Rockefeller University. Rockefeller University has the most beautiful newly renovated library. The centerpiece of the new Welch Hall is a historically accurate refurbishment of the second floor reading room, a grand space with sweeping views of the East River. The paneling, shelves, furniture, ceiling […]

 


Million Trees in NYC

June 21, 2013

Last month Lips restaurant presented a special tribute showcase to Bette Midler with proceeds going to Midler’s New York Restoration Project. A portion of the funds raised will be used to help NYRP reach their goal of “Million Trees NYC”, an initiative to plant and care for one million new trees in NYC. This includes […]

 

Why Plants Are Our Best Friends

March 22, 2013

We love living in the city, especially in the city like New York. One major down side for any city is a lack of fresh air. Most of the year we are running AC or heater and not getting enough oxygen in our apartments or offices. That is when plants come to rescue. Plants produce […]



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The healthiest plants I ever seen

Absolutely the healthiest and cleanest plants I've ever bought I think you're awesome 🤩

Dear Karen,
Thank YOU for choosing My City Plants. It means so much to know that you are happy with your plants and our service. Happy customer = priceless!!!
Feel Free to reach out to us if you have any questions. We are always here to help!

Orchid

My City Plants never fail on their quality.
I purchased it in the clay pot. It is beautiful!
I own 6 plants from My City Plants, & have never been disappointed.

Dear Miriam,
Thank you so much for the feedback and continued support.
We truly appreciate your business!
Reach out to us if you have any questions about your green family. We are always here to help!.

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Indoor Potting Mix
Sarah Phillips

Always excellent

Dear Sarah,
Thank you for taking the time to give us the 5-star rating.
Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions. We are always here to help!

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Indoor Potting Mix
Tanja Rapaic

Indoor Potting Mix

Dear Tanja,
Thank you for choosing My City Plants and for the 5-star rating.
May your plants grow happy and healthy in this nutritious potting mix!

Not potted. Do it yourself. Not as pictured.

The plant is beautiful but it is separated. You have to pot it yourself. Buy separate stones which is out of stock. It is cheaper to just buy the plant somewhere and only buy the cube. Instead of paying $60 plus shipping $20. Very disappointed.

Dear Iryn,
Thank you for your feedback. I am sorry to see you are disappointed.
We have provided an image on the product page of how the plant is arranged in the Cube planter + made sure to write in the description that the plant is 'placed' into the planter.
Cube planters have wick (stick) self- watering system.
Plants can happily grow in these planters without being potted.
*** If you prefer to repot your plant, you don't need to purchase Pon substrate ('stones').
The plant can be potted in soil.
All you need is the Planting Plate https://bit.ly/3vUmV3J to convert this Cube planter from drop-in to potted option.
Here is the video about how to pot plants in Cube planters using Planting Plate https://bit.ly/3bv3ia7
Green regards!