Plants!

Collection of plants and succulents beauties. Each one has it's own unique characteristics and bring a little nature indoors or can be planted later outside.  It is a great long-lasting gift or addition to your home.

 

Purple Oxalis
25.00
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Coconut Palm
from 55.00
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Sago Palm
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Sago Palm
from 50.00
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Fittonia
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Fittonia
27.00
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Cordyline
90.00
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Firestick
80.00
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Haworthia
from 17.00
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African Snake Plant
from 75.00
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Blue Star Fern
from 30.00
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Sanseviera
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Sanseviera
50.00 70.00
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Neanthe Bella Palm
from 20.00
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Hanging Cactus
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Hanging Cactus
from 25.00
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If you have questions about your delivery zone, our floral products, or gifts, give us a call!

(720) 420-0901

When ordering remember:

  • We make deliveries Tuesday-Friday between 10am - 2pm.

    • Orders placed Monday-Thursday (4pm MST deadline) will be delivered the following day. Orders placed before 12pm MST are eligible for same day delivery with a $15 rush fee.

    • Planning on sending flowers on a future date? You can schedule a flower delivery ahead of time Monday-Friday.

  • Double check ALL the information on your order. (especially the delivery address)

    • When you hit order you agree to this whole TOC document.

    • Due to the delicate nature of the product, Reverie is unable to issue refunds or exchanges once your arrangement has been made. Gift Boxes


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