It was only one year ago that I bought a Philodendron Pedatum cutting from a questionable website online. The first package included two dead plants, after a long email to the company and a few weeks later I got the plants that I ordered and they were alive! 🙌🌿💕 . . . @evesapartmentgardening
Such a beautiful plant!
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It looks a little like an inverted Monstera Deliciosa. :-)
Best regards, Niklas 🎈
I've never heard of anyone ordering plants online. Can you easily find more rare plants this way? Isn't there a high risk of the plants being damaged (like the first ones you got)?
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#5 Yeah, it is a high risk. Half of the time, it doesn't work but in the case that plants die in the journey it should be the company's fault, or possibly the shipping company's fault. I only find it worth it to make a somewhat large order due to the shipping fees which can be as much as 25 euros. If you are based in Sweden it is easier and less risky to buy rare plants from tradera or Facebook pages dedicated to selling and buying plant clippings. 🙂