Wanting to get your garden ready for spring or update your current houseplant family? Here's where you can buy plants online during lockdown.

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While trying to find jobs to do around the house during lockdown, you might be considering how you can get your home and garden ready for warmer weather with new plants. Here's where you can still buy plants online during the coronavirus pandemic... 

Homebase

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Although next day delivery and click and collect is unavailable at Homebase, it is still offering standard delivery servivce. 

Gardens 4 You

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Gardens 4 You is an online garden centre that offers a grow guarantee –  meaning if your plants fail to grow or you're simply not happy with them they will either refund you or send out new ones. Currently delivery is only between 3-6 days, which is pretty impressive in these uncertain times.

Perfect Plants

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Take a browse on Perfect Plants to discover your newest home and garden additions. Delivery is £5.95 and there is also a blog on the website which offers lots of information and garden inspiration! 

Dobbies

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Garden centre Dobbies is still delivering plants all over the country, however it has released a statement informing that there could be delays of up to 7 days for deliveries of the gorgeous plants and houseplants still left in stock. 

Amazon

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Amazon may not be your first port of call for all things plants, but there is a huge variety available from plenty of reputable sellers. Although Amazon have prioritised essential items, they are still delivering other items on a slightly delayed schedule. 

 

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