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Should I Separate Vegetables with Multiple Plants per Pot?

**Question: **Should I separate vegetables that come with multiple plants per pot? Example, Bean Plants come with 3 plants per 2.5-inch pot. **Answer: **You should **NOT **separate vegetables that come with multiple plants per pot. All vegetables varieties that come with multiple plants per pot will grow and thrive i…

What Are The Best Plants For Containers?

**Question:** What are the best plants to grow in containers? **Answer:** There are quite a few plants that can be grown in containers, but the most popular varieties are: [Begonias][1], [Coleus][2], [Geraniums][3], [Ipomoeas][4], and [Petunias][5]. Luckily, we have put together an entire category for [plants you can…

How Tall Are GrowJoy Plants When Shipped?

**Question:** How tall are GrowJoy plants when they ship? **Answer:** Our plants all arrive in different sizes, depending on the pot size and variety of plant you purchased. On average though, they ship out around 6-8-inches tall and are trimmed and cleaned before being packed up. Plants that have a trailing habit wi…

What Zones Are Mums Hardy In?

**Question: **What zones do Chrysanthemum plants survive in? **Answer: **GrowJoy offers four subcategories of Chrysanthemum plants: Belgian Mums, Yoder Garden Mums, Igloo Perennial Mums, and Perennial Mums. Each has their own hardiness level, which are listed below. * [Belgian Mums][1] are the classic, mounded gar…

Does GrowJoy Offer A Plant Warranty?

**Question:** Does GrowJoy offer a warranty on plants? **Answer: **Yes, GrowJoy offers a [Satisfaction Guarantee][1]. This means we guarantee you will be completely satisfied with your plants upon arrival and that they will thrive in their new home, if planted immediately and our instructions are followed correctly. …

There's Problems With My Plant, What Should I Do?

**Question: **If there is something wrong with my plants upon arrival, what is the best way to have my issue resolved? **Answer:** If there is anything wrong with your plants upon arrival, the easiest and quickest way to have the issue resolved is to contact us via our [Help Desk][1]. To speed up the process, please …

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