ISSUE 32  |  South of the Border

House Plants You Can Ignore

August 08, 2012 7:00 PM

BY Michelle Slatalla

New from The Sill, the only New York City house plant delivery service with a 30-day guarantee (if it dies, just call them): a trio of tiny succulents that need minimal care:

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Above: The Will Henry Harvey trio of plants, named after the 19th century Irish botanist who had a special affinity for algae, is $48. Free delivery, from The Sill, in parts of Manhattan and Brooklyn.

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Above: Water them every week or two. The assortment varies; if you have a particular succulent in mind, better phone first.

(N.B.: For ideas about how to Decorate with House Plants, see 825 more images in our Gallery of rooms and spaces.)