1. What is Mental Houseplants?
    Mental Houseplants is a company devoted to promoting mental health and general wellbeing through the use of houseplants, mindfulness practices, community building, advocacy, and education.

    Our pending partnership with NAMI means we donate a portion of every sale directly to them to aid in their mission to advocate for those affected by mental illness. Additionally, we work exclusively with partners who match our values in sustainability, transparency, authenticity, and ethics.

    Check out our About Company Page for more information

  2. Who is Mental Houseplants?

    Mental Houseplants is entirely owned and operated by co-founders Nolan & Kayla Gajdascz. As partners in life & business, we bring our personal experience with mental health, technology, and indoor plants to create a truly unique and ethical company that makes a genuine difference in our world.

  3. What type of plants do you sell?

    We sell a wide variety of indoor plants, including but not limited to popular species such as Monstera Deliciosa, Fiddle Leaf Fig, Snake Plant, Pothos, and many more. All of our plants are carefully sourced from local family-run farms that share our commitment to sustainable and ethical practices.

    Check out our plants by clicking this link!

  4. How do I care for my plants?
    Well, the care for your plant may vary depending on the specific type of plant you have. Each plant has its own unique needs, such as the amount of sunlight, water, and nutrients it requires. It's important to do research and learn about the specific needs of your plant to ensure it thrives in your home.
    On each plant we sell, we provide care instructions as well as tips and facts for each plant!
    If you have any specific questions about caring for your plant, feel free to reach out to us for guidance. We're happy to help ensure that your plant thrives in your home!

  5. How can I contact customer service?
    Clicking the 'Chat with us' Button in the bottom right hand corner of our website and sending us a direct message
    Email us at founders@mentalhouseplants.com
    Message us on Instagram
    Message us on Facebook 

  6. What is your return policy?
    At Mental Houseplants, we want to ensure that all of our supporters have a stress-free experience.
    If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, we offer a 30-day return, refund, or replacement policy from the date of delivery on houseplants. To initiate a return or replacement, please reach out to us with your order details and the reason for the return.
    We promise to do our best to resolve any issues and make things right for you.
    Please visit our returns page for more detailed information.

  7. Do you offer gift cards?
    Yes we do! You can find them by clicking the following link: Mental Houseplants Gift Cards

  8. How do you ensure the quality of your plants?
    We take great care in ensuring that our plants are of the highest quality. To achieve this, we have carefully selected a partner who provides us with the finest foliage in the industry, grown by small local family-run farms.

    Before any plant leaves our greenhouse, it undergoes a rigorous inspection process to check for any signs of pests, diseases, or other issues. This ensures that only healthy plants make it to our customers.

    Once the plant has been inspected and approved, it is carefully and artfully packaged to ensure a safe and secure journey to its new home.

    If you're interested in learning more about our plant packaging process, please visit the following link for a detailed video: Plant Packing and Processing Video Page

    We take pride in providing our customers with high-quality

  9. How do I track my shipment?
    After you place an order, we do our best to fulfill it within 1-2 business days. Once this happens you will receive an email from us with your order information including a tracking number.

  10. What are the benefits of indoor plants for health and wellbeing?
    With all of the benefits we've found in houseplants, we fully believe it's time to bring eco-therapy indoors. While there are many benefits of houseplants, which you can learn more about by checking out our Plant Benefits Blog, here are a few examples:

    • Improved mental health: Being around nature has been shown to have a positive impact on mental health. Indoor plants can provide a sense of calm and tranquility, which can help reduce anxiety and depression symptoms.
    • Stress reduction: Research has shown that indoor plants can help reduce stress levels and promote relaxation. This is likely due to the calming effect that nature has on our mind and body.
    • Increased productivity: Having plants in your workspace has been shown to improve productivity and creativity. This could be due to the fact that plants can help reduce stress and increase feelings of well-being.
    • Better sleep: Plants release oxygen at night, which can improve the air quality in your bedroom and promote a better night's sleep.
    • Air purification: Plants naturally purify the air by absorbing pollutants and releasing oxygen. This can improve the air quality in your home, which can have a positive impact on respiratory health.

  11. How do I know you're telling the truth?
    Beyond our personal experience & listening to others, we've ensured that what we claim can be verified and backed-up by legitimate publicly available scientific research.

    Check out our supporting research page or go ahead and do some searching for yourself and see what you can find!

    You can also see what our followers have to say about the healing power of plants! Check out our Testimonials page to learn more.

  12. How is mindfulness relevant to indoor plants?
    Mindfulness is the act of being present and aware in the current moment. Caring for houseplants can be a great way to practice mindfulness, as it requires you to slow down and focus on the task at hand. From watering and pruning to dealing with pests and diseases, tending to your plants provides ample opportunity to practice being mindful and fully engaged in the present. By incorporating indoor plants into your daily routine, you can cultivate a greater sense of mindfulness and overall well-being. Learn more by reading our blog Mindful Plant Care: How to Care for Your Plants Mindfully