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This is My Favorite Place to Buy Potted House Plants Online (BUT It’s Gonna Cost Ya!)

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woman holding potted plant in living room

Perfect indoor plants delivered right to your door?! YES!

Skip the hassle of heading to the store by opting to buy plants online at Léon and George, the internet-based plant store I’ve recently discovered! I’m seriously swooning over their plant selection, awesome plant stands, and their secured shipping methods that ensure your plants are delivered in the best condition possible.


Please keep in mind that these plants are pricey, and this really isn’t a typical deal post that you usually see on Hip2Save. I understand that this online plant services may be too high for many and that there are lots of other ways to save on plants. I almost didn’t share this post because of that, but I was just so impressed by the plants I received, and it was neat being able to support a small business online. I sent plants to a few friends for Christmas and they were equally as impressed.


Have you heard of Léon and George?

large potted plant in living room

They offer a selection of online plants that fit busy lifestyles and enhance indoor spaces. Each plant is pre-potted, styled, and perfectly ready for their new home. You literally just open the shipping box and your new plant is ready to go!

Léon and George are not paying me to write this post, however, I wanted to share as I’m in love with my new plants and the ceramic pots they come in. Also, I was so impressed with the way they ship their plants – they arrive in cushioned boxes that were easy to open, and all my plants looked so fresh, and were in such great condition.

On a side note, I’ve ordered plants from a couple of other online sites in the past, and let’s just say my experience wasn’t the best. A few plants arrived dead, and opening the shipping boxes was a complete disaster – plants had fallen out of the pots and soil was everywhere.

All of my plants from Léon and George have come in pristine condition, and I love the gorgeous planters they come in. I seriously cannot recommend these plants enough!

green snake plant in modern orange planter sitting in room next to rocking chair

All of the plants are US-based

All of their greenery is grown in the U.S. in native climates, so you can be sure to receive plants that are healthy and thriving. Small, medium, and certain large plants are available for nationwide shipping. Orders depart within 3 days and the average shipping time is 2 to 5 days. Orders over $100 ship for free, otherwise there’s a $10 shipping cost.

If you live in the SF Bay area or the Los Angeles area, they have a white-glove delivery option.

potted plant on console table with pictures

The best part, your plants all include an awesome plant guarantee!

Léon and George stand by their customer satisfaction, so if you’re not completely satisfied with your purchase when your new plant arrives, they will do their best to make it right on a case by case basis.

And if your plant dies within the first 30 days and it’s not due to any negligence of care, they’ll replace it!

woman hugging house plant

What I’m loving about Léon & George:

This service saves you time.

These plants are on the pricey side, but the fact that they come so perfect and healthy (plus are already potted in a gorgeous planter), you won’t find yourself having to replace the plants each season. Buy them once to last a lifetime!

“I’m a lazy plant person.”

I’m not the type of plant mom that’s going to go to The Home Depot or Lowe’s, buy the plants I want, find the perfect planter (which can get super expensive), best soil, re-pot them, etc. That is just not something I want to do with my time, and when you start to add all of that up it gets really pricey! Not to mention you’re spending so much time to build the perfect plant.


They make great gifts! 

I love this company and their plants so much that I ordered a few for gifts this year. My recipients all said it was the best gift ever, and such a cool surprise to receive in the mail! Hello, genius gift idea!

I feel that plants are a much better gift than pre-cut flowers since live plants can live on rather than wilt after a week or two. Your friends get to look at them for years to come and are reminded of your gift every single time they look at them!


You don’t need a green thumb.

You can search by how much care the plant needs, if it’s safe for pets, etc. I don’t have a green thumb AT ALL 🤪, and I really appreciate being able to browse through their easy-to-care-for plants that don’t require a ton of light and can handle some neglect.


woman on the ground in home pointing at large potted plant


Here are 4 easy-care plants that I purchased from Léon and George (and love!) –

1. Pilea Peperomioides

plant with circle leaves and orange planter sitting on shelf with family photo

“Also known as the Chinese Money Plant. It’s known for its unique, coin-like foliage, and ease of propagation, thus earning itself the nickname of ‘The Friendship Plant’.”

This plant prefers bright, indirect light and only needs to be watered about once per week or when soil completely dries out.


2. Snake plant

snake plant in pink pot by chair

Snake plant $109+

“A large succulent that is extremely adaptable and low maintenance. The perfect gift for the garden-challenged.”

This plant prefers medium to bright, indirect light but can even adapt to lower light levels. It also doesn’t need to be watered often so only show it some love when the soil dries out completely.


3. Zanzibar Gem

blue pot with large green plant

“A nearly indestructible plant. It’s highly adaptable and thrives in a wide range of conditions, great for many home and office environments.”

This plant prefers medium to bright, indirect light however, it can get along with just about any light it’s given. This plant also prefers to dry out in between waterings.


4. Cascading Pothos

plant in blue pot with framed picture in background

“Adapt easily to all environments and will grow quickly with minimal care, a perfect addition to refine any desk or shelf.”

It can live just about anywhere with any light but grows fast with lots of bright, indirect light. You just have to water it about once a week or when you see the leaves drooping.


If you end up ordering a plant, shoot me an email as I’d love to hear what you think and if you end up becoming a huge fan of this company, too! 


Did you see my other post on how I went from an overpacker to a carry-on lover?!

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Comments 172

  1. Amanda

    Thank you for sharing! This is an awesome gift idea.

  2. queen62

    You will never be able to please everyone. I have a brown thumb so I don’t even bother with plants. These make an excellent gift for a loved one. The plant will last much longer than the flowers I’ve sent in the past. Thanks for the idea. H2save you are appreciated for all the time you put in to help others

    • Bryn (Sister Sidekick)

      You are so welcome – glad you enjoyed the post! I have a brown thumb as well!

  3. bunni

    Thanks for all you do Collin & Team. I appreciate y’all sooooo much!!

  4. packerm

    I have been following hip2save since Collin was doing taste tests with her husband of real vs. generic foods. Back then I felt excited to save money with someone who was also excited to save money. Collin has obviously done well and I am happy for her. Her hard work has blessed the lives of so many. However this post seems to broadcast that Collin is living a lifestyle way above many of her followers. Someone that can drop $500 on houseplants is not living paycheck to paycheck, is not worrying about bills and how to put food in the table. Someone who can spend $500 on houseplants is probably not all that excited about saving 50 cents on toothpaste. I figured Collin probably sold out a while ago. I didn’t expect to see that fact flaunted on the website. The post was in poor taste and a slap in the face to many of her followers.

    • Katie

      It’s sad that instead of being happy for Colleen and her success you take it as a slap in the face. I don’t know if you know her backstory, if not you should read it. She started this blog with crippling debt and a lot of painful stuff going on in her life. She has rebuilt her life piece by piece and has made huge sacrifices to get where she is. I don’t find it threatening to where I’m at in my life, I find it inspiring! Let’s build and lift each other up and be happy for each other successes!💕

      • Katie

        *Collin

        • packerm

          Hey Katie, thanks for your post! I would like to emphasize that “Collin has obviously done well and I am happy for her.” I am not threatened by her success in the least. I am a lawyer and my husband is a doctor. We could live a lavish lifestyle but we don’t. We choose to be frugal. We choose not to drive flashy cars or live in a huge house. We feel that talking about big purchases in front of other family members that don’t have as much is in poor taste. I think it is important to remind Collin that some people following her website are not in the same circumstances that she may find herself in. Others (like myself) may come here because they choose a frugal lifestyle. I find it disingenuous to post about keeping Christmas group gifts under a dollar and then have a post showing that Collin actually spends much more than that on her gifts. It is “jarring” as one other reader put it. I am not trying to bring someone down, I am just trying to express an opinion. I would give my daughter the same advice.

          • Me

            I agree with you packerm you said very exactly what i was thinking

          • Amanda

            It seems to me that someone who is truly happy for another person and her success would read this post, think “gee, that’s pricey, I wouldn’t spend that much” and just move on to the next post.

            • Amy M.W.

              Amanda, I couldn’t agree with you more. I for one have learned to shop frugally, thanks to Collin and the Hip2Save Team, at Pottery Barn. I don’t always want the cheapest thing as I want the quality too, but I want the best bang for my buck. These plants align with that as well. These plants don’t come in and scream for a new pot (and hey – has anyone checked out THOSE PRICES?!?!?!?!?) and leave me wondering which of the 9,387 soils that Lowe’s sells that I should purchase to use and if I need anything else in my pot or if the Lowe’s guy really know or should I should just go to the nursery and…. well, you get the point…

              The posts are for people like me because guess who is going to say, “oops! You need to be given water to drink too? I forgot this week!” Yep, ME!!!!!!!!!! Also, I don’t know types of plants nor do I know their needs (how much light, again, for this one?) Sooooo, what does one do when they don’t know? Ask around / research, right? Well, research takes time and time is money too! Look at the savings just adding up already, for me anyway.

              This site isn’t for freebies (as I’ve seen many posts about), it isn’t always about getting the cheapest item (I’d rather skip some of those with the less than stellar reviews and pay more for a quality option), nor is it all about couponing (but coupons are wonderful and also sometimes the biggest pain in my husbands rear end); this site is all encompassing. It is about being cost efficient while purchasing things in ANY price range for people at various stages of their lives, as we are all at different stages of our lives, and Collin is tryin to appeal to all walks of life at different stages of lives. So, if something posted isn’t in your price range OR you aren’t interested in said item, you simply move along and go to the next thing or wait to be notified about the next post (you are signed up for and getting notifications, right?)

              But, where people have crossed the line is being rude, condescending, or by saying that a FREE!!!!!! website to help others save not only money but also time (as time is money, folks) made anyone feel a certain type of re way. For every person that hated it there is 2 more that liked it. I, for one, LOVED IT and have been spending hours researching this very thing with my husband since we just moved into our new and final home.

              The bottom line is – If you don’t like something don’t look at it, don’t use it, and keep it moving, but no one should try to take others down or make others feel small for loving and sharing anything, regardless of the price range.

      • Marie

        I completely agree with packerm. The $500 plant purchase was a total shocker for me. It’s not what I come here for. In fact, someone can put together pots and plants for way less.

    • Mandy

      @Pack … you’re incorrect and your envy is showing. I was broke and walked away pennyless from an abusive marriage 8 years ago. I started following this blog, worked hard, saved and I’m now in the Millionaire Next Door Club, as I’m guessing Collin is. I don’t say it to nragm but point out frugality is a mindset and way of life. Many people on this blog and around the country/world can afford some luxuries on things they value (like plants that can last YEARS) and still get excited about saving .50 on toothpaste. I DO! And, I still shop at thrift store for clothes, use S&S each month for the best deals, and price compare weekly grocery ads. Please try to understand that someone rising up in their financial situation does not push you down. Contrary to what some want you to believe, the economy is not a Zero Sum Game Best of luck!

    • Dylan

      Out of all the complaining here, this post makes me the saddest. I’ve been following Collin for nearly 10 years. When I started, I was struggling to make ends meet. Now, I’m happy to say that I could spend the money on this pricey plant (though I never would – but I do splurge on other things), but I still absolutely get excited about saving 50 cents. I’m in a better place than I was 10 years ago because I really adopted a better mindset about money – both saving more and earning more. Collin has done well for herself, and that’s what she wants for her readers as well. If you’re not any better off than you were when this blog started, maybe dig a bit deeper, but don’t resent Collin for it.

    • Marie

      I completely agree with you.

    • Jodi

      I have to agree with you. I started to become concerned months ago when I would see similar ‘sponsored’ style posting as I had seen on some influencers I followed on Instagram. Same products, same links, same inconsistent brands from what I would have expected this site to post about.

    • Jackie

      *top dollars

    • Catherine P

      While I can get on board with ordering plants, I am a bit shocked at their price tags. I bought a pothos locally for $15 that was a large flowing basket, and I bought starters with 6-12 leaves/vines each for only $3 per starter.

      I bought two money plants for $5 and $6 respectively. My rattlesnake was on sale for $6 at Lowe’s from Costa Farms. etc. etc. I don’t have my own zanzibar, but they’re $6-$18 depending on size. I’m in WV.

      I just can’t understand the high price tag. I’m not mad at the post for sharing something expensive, I’m just shocked at the companies prices for the same plants.

  5. Katie

    I loooove this post!💗 I love indoor plants and have failed miserably over the years keeping them alive! I would love to order from a small business like this who has taken all the guess work out of it. Definitely worth it to me to spend a little more on one plant I love, then spend a bunch of smaller amounts on plants that I don’t know how to pot or keep alive, ha ha! Collin, I sure appreciate all your years of hard work and all I’ve learned from you! Even if I wasn’t interested in buying a plant I would still enjoy reading this post because it helps me get to know you even better as a person and there’s value in that☺️

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thank you so much Katie. I so appreciate your comment. ❤️

  6. JD

    I had such a lovely time with this post. It brought me back to my childhood when mom would order every seed book and nursery book available. She would pore over them and learn the newest varieties and plan out what she could afford to buy—very little. I would look through with her and it was a sweet time looking back I know she would have had a great time looking at the offerings. So what’s wrong with just looking whether you can afford it or not? If you are looking for inexpensive and quality plants check with your local flower and gardening clubs. Many have sales where the sell cuttings and plants as fund raisers.

  7. Amy

    Collin, can you tell me where you got that rocker that’s pictured in the snake plant picture? I love it and I love this post. I love plants but have a brown thumb. It gives me hope! Lol

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Hi Amy! I purchased the rocker from Wayfair. It’s called the Sleepytime Rocking Chair By Nursery works.

  8. anom

    Thank you. I like to give beautiful gifts and this will definitely be on the list. I appreciate all you do for us and am happy if it brings you success. Well deserved, spend as you please. And please continue to include posts that offer to all of us and not just some naysayers.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome! Thanks for taking the time to comment. 🤗

  9. Mrsyancy

    Wow!!!!!!!!! Some people on this post are so ridiculous. “Saving” has a broader meaning than just money. If this post does not suit you, then scroll right on by, but some find it helpful and a “savings” for them. The world doesn’t revolve around only what “you” want to see posted and find helpful. Thx Hip2Save and I hope, despite all the ridiculous posts, you’ll continue to post these kind of “deals”. I’m not a plant person and probably would never spend that much on a plant, although I can, I found this post very cute, fun and thoughtful.

  10. Tiffany

    Ooh! I love finding out about things like this! Always on the lookout for those special buys/gifts for times I’m able to splurge on quality (over quantity)! Thank you for posting!!!

  11. Marie

    Please show us how to get these looks for less!

  12. Jodi

    I agree with some of the others…I have been a follower for a long time and it starts to make me nervous when a see a lot of ‘sponsored’ posts (which I’m guessing this is) like this. It makes me start to question whether this is actually savings site.

    • Bryn (Sister Sidekick)

      Hi Jodi! Thank you so much for being a long-time follower of Hip2Save! I have been working side by side with Collin since 2009 and I cannot be more proud of this amazing site and the community of readers like yourself that have been with us for over a decade! Hip2Save still has the same mission that we had when we started the site – “We are dedicated to helping you live an extraordinary life on an ordinary budget.”

      Because it is super important to us to keep Hip2Save 100% free to everyone, we sometimes publish sponsored posts (this plant post is not sponsored as Collin stated) that are in line with the mission of the site. These posts bring in extra revenue so that we can pay our amazing team of writers (Hip2Save employs so many mothers and enables them to work from home – we are so proud of this!), pay for the hosting that keeps this site up and running, pay to send out emails, pay for web development etc. And yes Collin and myself get paid as well as this is our full-time job. 🙂

      So instead of feeling nervous when you come across a sponsored post on Hip2Save, my hope is that you’ll now think “I am going to take some time to check out this sponsored post and learn about this brand/product so that I can help to continue to support Hip2Save.”

      Have a great day, Jodi!

      • Amy M.W.

        Fantastic way of explaining it! I always try to click on ads ands sponsors for support! Let’s get people paid and keep things free for us! Win/win.

        • Bryn (Sister Sidekick)

          Thanks Amy! We appreciate your support!

      • Jodi

        Thanks for the response. You are right, I’m just scared it’s going to turn into Instagram where every other post turns into an ad!

  13. Amanda

    Wow. The world is a magical place full of people waiting to be offended by something.

    While I would never spend anywhere near this much on a potted plant (I grow quite a few plants so I already have the soil, containers, “know how,” etc…), I wouldn’t criticize/judge anyone who would or could. These items at this price point don’t align with my frugal lifestyle. But that’s me. I also like frequenting my local nursery (as opposed to a “big box” store, though I know that’s the only option for some) because they have a great selection and really helpful staff, even if it is more pricey than a chain store. But should people judge that I spend more at a local nursery? Unless they’re paying for it… no.

    Also, sometimes nurseries don’t carry everything I want. In my area, it’s impossible to find pilea peperomioides around me so I ordered those, along with several other types of plants I can’t get locally, from etsy. They all came packaged beautifully and in great condition. I recommend reading seller reviews. And about the pilea – they are AWESOME because they propagate themselves (which is why they’re sometimes referred to as “the giving plant”) so my ~$20 buy on etsy means I have been able to give so many as gifts, as well as growing new ones for myself. So I totally recommend that plant, and I personally don’t find it hard to care for.

    Posting about a site that she loves and with which she has had great experiences is Colin’s prerogative. Some people appreciated it. If you didn’t like it, remember the words of a wise rabbit: if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.

    • Amanda

      For clarity, I realize that these plants as advertised are not coming from a big box store, and I commend anyone who tries to support a smaller business when/if they can.

  14. Collin (Mrs. Hip)

    So I didn’t realize a plant post would do this. It’s one of those posts where I read some of the comments and then wanted to go hide in a corner. 😬 Truthfully, I almost deleted the post yesterday… but I decided to keep it up and focus on the positive comments and the reason I wrote the post in the first place.

    This post was written out of my honest love for this company. I think it’s so neat to get beautiful plants shipped to my door that are ready to go right out of the box (and that are still thriving even though I have no green thumb). I was also really impressed with their customer service, and fascinated by how they ship them to arrive in such pristine condition. Yes, this company is expensive, and I get this post isn’t for everyone, but I also love to share some of my favorite splurges on the site. Plus, I think these plants make such great gifts, and when you compare the cost to flower delivery, it’s not so bad.

    When I started this blog back in 2008, I would NOT have purchased plants online from this site. My splurges back then were buying nail polish for cheap (with a coupon/sale) and painting my nails at home, and going on shopping sprees at the thrift stores – I still do this (love me some thrift store finds!).

    Back in 2008/2009, I was focused on paying down my debt and re-gaining control of my finances. Fast forward to now and I have wiggle room in my budget… so my splurges are different. However, that doesn’t mean I don’t like to save on toothpaste, or still get super excited about birthday freebies, and stacking sales with coupons. If you know me personally, you know that my frugality is something that I’m proud of. I love sharing deals with others, and I love even more when someone comments with how they benefited from a deal on the site. ❤️

    • jennifer

      We love you Collin and we appreciate your honesty and kindness and creativity and everything you’ve built your company into. Thank you for sharing this post and not deleting it. As a plant lover and a shopper, I like hearing about other businesses that aren’t giant chain stores.

      • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

        Thank you Jennifer. ❤️

        • jennifer

          ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

    • Janet

      Just a quick shout out to Colin and team…THANK YOU for your posts; from the very frugal to the time-saving to the small biz splurges! We are all at different points in our journey. I went from running a house of 5 to a house of 2, so my needs/wants are now very different. I am a long time follower of H2S; I follow-up with the posts I can use and pass over the ones that I can’t. Keep them all coming! (I work for very small gardening store and loved this post!) Follow your heart and follow your gut with your posts; that’s what got you this far!

      • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

        You’re SO very welcome, Janet. BIG thanks to you for being a longtime follower and for the sweet feedback. It sure means a lot. 🥰

    • Becky

      Oh I wish I could love your post (like you can add ❤️on Facebook). Collin, you and your team are amazing. I am so happy that you posted this and didn’t take your post down. Matter of fact, I think you should look at this as an opportunity! Why not have a category for these types of posts? That way, we don’t miss out on items that aren’t necessarily a deal. You could call it Hipsters Favorites or something. I have been following Hip2Save since 2009 when I lost my job. You were a lifesaver, as it was a very difficult time for me. Fast forward 13 years and it’s awesome to now see my 23 year old daughter use this site! Regarding this deal, I live away from my family and these plants will be on my list to send for Mother’s Day! Knowing that they come in pristine condition is important to me (and my mother-in-law). The local greenhouse where they live just closed, so I was looking for something new. Thank you for posting this deal.

      • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

        Aww, You’re very welcome, Becky! Thanks for the kind words and helpful suggestion! SO happy to hear that you and your daughter have been enjoying all of the posts here at hip2save. We truly appreciate you both! 💕

    • LaNel

      I fiND it so sad that people can be so negative about people doing well in life. Putting other down will not bring you up.
      I am grateful for this post and your honesty. You have done so much good for people especially for me in my life. You have helped me financially during some tough times in my life. And now I have to say I am glad that I can buy things through your sponsored links. I find it my way of saying thank you for your hard work, and for helping me out through my life. My life would be so much different if it wasn’t for this hip2save team. I have been following for 10 years and it has been great to watch you impact others lives along with being successful in your own life. Much love for the hip2save team!!!

      • Amy M.W.

        You are so right!
        All this does is show who the REAL people are, whilst also pointing out those whom are not truly supporters amongst us. Those real supporters are uplifting in nature, wanting others to succeed as well, even if not in agreement. This entitlement, rudeness, bossiness, and other behaviors that many other individuals have displayed within this comment thread alone on reflects back upon themselves and themselves only. Sadly, I don’t think many stopped and thought about that before they posted. Hopefully, it is a lesson learned without embarrassment since it was done behind a computer screen, many under aliases.

      • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

        Thank you. ❤️

    • Ksenija

      Collin, I think you should not take the negative comments so personally. I disagree with a lot of replies that negative comments are driven by envy. Everyone has a right to an opinion. Obviously it did stir a lot of discussion. But in whatever you do you need both negative and positive feedback. How else would you grow? Kudos for keeping the post where it is. I didn’t like the idea, but hey, ‘it’s your place, girl, you make the rules!’ Fell in love with you in 2010, will keep coming back to hip2save daily. Please don’t hide in the corner, otherwise I will have Hip2Save withdrawals ;/

      • Bryn (Sister Sidekick)

        Thanks for coming back daily and following us since 2010! We so appreciate you Ksenija!

      • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

        Thank you so much for the comment, and I will definitely try not to hide in the corner. 😉

    • breannbailey

      I love this community and the team behind it. I felt so alone as a stay at home mom for three years, isolated and a bit cut off from the independence I had previously known. This community helped me regain a purpose. Now, after being back at work for several years, I’m able to pick splurges while still reveling in the joy of savings. There is a balance, and I think this site, this team, and Collin traverse it well. Thanks for your generosity in your giveaways and your shout outs for splurges that are worth it.

      • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

        Thank you for the feedback and opening up about your own struggles. We sure appreciate you. ❤️

    • Jennifer

      Collin, please do not ever delete your posts because of tough comments. Your posts come from right place and you disclosed all that was necessary on the front end. These posts are carefully thought out before being posted and it shows. I appreciate all of it, even the stuff that doesn’t work for me. I admire seeing you stand by what you post. We like seeing you not let people knock you down in a tasteful way! Some will learn from it.

    • Lori Kelchner

      Thank you for not deleting this post & please don’t! I remember reading about it a few days ago and was waiting for a little extra money. I love real plants but have a terrible time keeping them alive so if this helps than it is definitely worth the cost for me! Thank you!

  15. Dealzgurl

    Collin, I have been with you since the beginning ( I just realized that!) and you have helped me immeasurably to save money and be able to give to others by sharing your deals. One person commented that long-time readers would be offended by your post about the plants. I’m not and I know many others aren’t. I AM HAPPY to see your site doing so well–sponsored posts and all– because I know how to determine if a deal works for me or not. Frankly, I found H2S through another savings site that I seldom check now because I’m obsessed with checking yours. (I might need help, lol!) There are always posts that don’t apply to me but instead of complaining, I simply scroll past.

    Some of the comments have astounded me. I honestly don’t understand why people are upset. Just because it’s a savings site primarily doesn’t mean that all posts have to concentrate on saving money. Life can be hard. And we all need something that we can aspire to so I love hearing about splurge items. This post has inspired me to look up hard to kill plants so that I can find a way to beautify my home in a way that fits my budget. I’ll never be mad because someone can afford something that I can’t. Otherwise, I’d lose my mind every time I walk out my door.

    So, thank you for your posts–savings, splurges–whatever. I’ve enjoyed watching the site evolve and I am so happy for all of your success.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re most welcome, Dealzgurl. Thank YOU for taking the time to leave such a sweet comment. SO awesome that you have been with us since the start.❤️ We’re super grateful to have you as a part of our amazing community!

  16. Abby

    This site has saved me so much and has gotten me so many deals over the years. I would not buy a plant for that price, but this plant post doesn’t take away from all the great things Collin and team have posted over the years that have helped me! 🙂

  17. Amanda

    I was wondering if anyone knew of any other couponing sites that were similar to the way Hip2Save was before? I love Hip2Save but I miss seeing ways of using coupons to get free items.

    • Amy M.W.

      This is pretty rude of you. If you see something you don’t like on a website that isn’t yours you shouldn’t respond in such a condescending fashion. Instead, if something is not applicable to you try not responding next time. It’ll not only be WAY more becoming to you, but will make you seem more appreciative of the work that Collin and her team does when she does report freebies.

      • Go Zags

        I don’t think was being rude. She was nicely asking a question. Miss Manners says that it is rude to point out somebody’s else rudeness. So I guess you and me are both being rude.

    • Alison

      I would love other sites to be listed as well. Sorry we like to actually save money?

  18. Jessica

    Thank you for sharing a great resource. So happy that you are in a place that you can afford such beautiful plants. You have employed many people and provided relief for those looking to stretch their hard earned cash. Keep up the good work!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thank you, Jessica! This is really a wonderful place to work and I personally appreciate the ability to work from home with such a caring team. We truly all work together to try to provide savings, share our fun finds, our splurges and share valuable content for everyone.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thank you Jessica! ❤️

  19. Denisec

    I have been a hip2save follower for years and can’t began to tell you how much time and money you have saved me and how that all helped so much to have a stock pile when we were out of work when my husband was in a serious accident. The title of this post made me stop and read it. LOL! And no, I won’t be buying these plants because that’s just not me. The reason I am writing is that I am blown away at the negative comments! Do we just love taking the time to be negative? No one made us read the post and no one made us buy a plant. Just move on. I am blown away more by how many people commented negative that has probably benefited from many other posts and never left a positive comment or thank you. It’s a shame that we have more time and energy to be negative these days. Thank you Hip2save for all of your posts!!! Love you guys!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thank you, Denisec! We appreciate the time you took to leave this comment and help uplift us!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for taking the time to comment. We sure appreciate YOU. ❤️

  20. Colorado Amy

    Collin, are you in your renovated house now? These pictures don’t look like the small guest house you were living in. Hopefully we will get to see some videos of the work that’s been done. I enjoyed the prior video you did.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Hi there! Thanks so much! Believe it or not, we are still not in our new home. Since there have been so many issues and it has taken much longer than expected, we are currently living in a temporary house. BUT I will for sure plan to do a home tour once we are all moved in.

  21. Carrie

    I almost never post comments but this one just just blew my mind. Just when I think I cannot be more disheartened but peoples negativity I read something like these negative comments…and they are about a plant post?! Yikes. I just can’t understand people….if you don’t like something just move on. I could not love this site more. I look forward to checking it every day! I have bounced around trying other deal sites but they don’t compare. I just love this site because you all are always posting neat things, not just cheap deals. I love free toothpaste as much as the next girl, but I also appreciate quality items and personally choose to spend money on things I love….which I can do because I save on others. Please keep doing things the way you are, I appreciate everything you all do more than I can express.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Aww, you bet, Carrie! 🥰 I sure appreciate the sweet comment! SO glad you have been enjoying the deals and tips. Thanks a ton for being a valued reader. 💕

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