Bloombox Club Review – Flower Power
You may have noticed a surge in indoor plants in recent times, particularly amongst macchiato-sipping, warehouse-inhabiting hipster folk.
It turns out that there are actually notable health & wellbeing benefits gained by surrounding your frequently used spaces in green flora – this is what Dr Katie Cooper (founder of Bloombox Club) has based her company around.
Bloombox Club is novel a plant subscription service that will send you a surprise plant either monthly or quarterly depending on what you initially opted-in for. Every subscriber who is signed up for the service in a given month will receive a particular plant. The last month’s plant was the Strelizia Reginae a.k.a the ‘Bird of Paradise’ flower. Cool huh?!
Dr Katie Cooper and the gang understand that plant care can be confusing and a little time consuming – so they’ve taken all of the hassle out of the equation on our behalf. With each shipment you receive:
- 1 x Unusual surprise plant of the month
- 1 x Striking and interesting pot to accompany
- 1 x A care sheet for the plant of the month, taking all the guesswork out of watering/feeding! (I suggest you keep this safe somewhere to refer back to later on)
On top of choosing your delivery frequency between monthly & quarterly, there are a range of subscription packages available to you with Bloombox too:
I’ve convinced my manager at work to subscribe to the classic subscription and we’ve slowly accrued a small forest over the past year. It’s actually made the whole area a considerably more enjoyable place to spend 8 hours a day! We joke that we’re turning into crazy plant-people and every month on delivery day everyone get’s a bit (read majorly) excited about our new arrival.
A fantastic service, offering both beautiful and interesting plants to help build stunningly green interior spaces with minimal hassle, whilst boosting health & well-being!
- Beautiful and unusual plants
- Equally stunning accompanying pots
- Hassle-free and therapeutic
- Thorough care instructions
- Ability to buy one-offs
- At £35 per delivery this could get expensive on a monthly plan
- Small risk of becoming a plant weirdo