Have a black thumb? Home Depot’s plant return policy is pretty great
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If you have trouble keeping plants alive, this store’s return policy might be enticing.
A spokesperson for The Home Depot confirmed with TODAY Home that the home-improvement chain has a very generous return window for its perennials, trees and shrubs, guaranteeing the plants for up to a full year.
This includes house plants like ficus trees, orchids and snake plants as well as outdoor flowering bushes such as hydrangeas, daisies and roses.
The official in-store return policy states, “The Home Depot unconditionally guarantees all tropical, house and landscape plants (only perennials, trees and shrubs) for one year. A perennial is a plant that is expected to live for more than two years.”
Just be sure to keep your original receipt when you buy it. If your plant dies before the year is up, you’ll need it for both a refund or store credit. You’ll only receive a refund within the store’s standard 90-day return window and, after that, you’ll either have to exchange it for another one or get store credit.
If you have trouble keeping plants alive, The Home Depot's return policy might be enticing.