Amazon Now Selling Plants For Real!


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Just recently Amazon Prime Adds Free 2 Hour Delivery From Whole Foods! Now Amazon has gotten into the plant business. Watch out florists! Here comes your newest competitor and it’s a big one. I know that this isn’t travel related per se. Unless you like to send host/ess gifts (plants) when you visit someone’s home; which by the way is super nice!

Amazon Now Selling Plants! For Real!

I like to blog about all things convenience and this is no exception. I’m a big time Amazon Prime shopper. I love the convenience of having my toiletries delivered to my front door rather then spending my free time shopping. I’d rather be spending time with family or traveling!

So, the next time you want to send someone a gift or just don’t feel like going out, check out Amazon Plant Store delivered free with Prime.

Amazon Now Selling Plants! For Real!

 

Bottom Line

This is definitely interesting! Amazon‘s prices aren’t too bad either, especially with free shipping. I can’t wait to try this out to see how it goes. Amazon is definitely creative with their vast offerings! What do you think?

HT: Jules

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