- Rooted cutting
- The exact plant you will get might be slightly different than what's shown in the pictures, but same size/amount of leafs
- We recommend you do not repot, or move the cutting for at least a month
- Please allow 3-5 businesses days for order processing.
- By purchasing this plant, you agree to the terms and conditions of this sale. Please see the FAQs.
- We STRONGLY encourage you to purchase a heat pack since New York is expected to be below 50 degrees until spring. Plant damages due to weather without heat pack will not be replaced or refunded.
Link to heat pack HERE
- When your plant arrives, avoid placing it in direct or very bright light.
- Please allow your plant to acclimate to its new environment and wait at least 3-4 weeks before repotting.
- We recommend that you research care needs for your plant.
- Please contact us immediately if you are having problems with your plant at firstname.lastname@example.org or chat us on Instagram @plantthestudio
- All live plants sales are final.
- If your plant arrived dead or in a very poor condition, Chat us on Instagram @plantthestudio or email us at email@example.com within 12 hours of receipt, with photos showing the condition.
- We do our best preparing your plants for shipment so they will arrive at your home healthily. However, some plants are tend to be more fragile and could show signs of stress or damage after shipping. This is normal and will recover after a couple days.
- The cutting will be shipped with sphagnum moss in a cup
- Standard shipping insurance is included with USPS priority mail, additional insurance could be purchased separately. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
This was my first plant from PlantTheStudio, and now I have purchased a total of 10 plants from them. The Hoya mindorensis was well packaged and arrived safely. It was shipped in a clear plastic cup with drainage holes at the bottom. As pictured, the medium the plant was rooted in was a sphagnum/perlite mix. It was nice having a clear container, because I could monitor root growth and how dry the medium was, which made watering easier.