New York’s Favorite Plant Store

Quality plants & stylish planters delivered to your door.

The Low Down on Low Lights

Unless your space is gifted in the lighting department, you know the struggle that comes with keeping plants alive in a lowly lit apartment. For the dark corners you can’t illuminate with natural light, make them home to a number of plants that tolerate low light environments. The ZZ Plant, Snake Plant, and Pothos all require very little sunshine to live their best lives and little care for you to live yours. Their very existence will brighten up any space.

Easier than Ordering Takeout

You’ve done your fair share of schlepping (literally everything) on the 6 train... let us make this part easy. The Sill offers in-home local delivery for large floor plants so you can finally be the proud owner of a Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree or Bird of Paradise without the hassle of getting one to your front door. Our white glove service ensures proper handling and delivery, eliminating the mess and stress.

Visit Our Stores
Escape your concrete jungle by popping into one of our brick-and-mortar plant stores in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Come in and chat with our plant experts and shop IRL. Your green oasis awaits.
Store Locations
Take a Workshop
Get your hands dirty and grow your plant posse. We offer workshops ranging from plant care 101 to terrarium making to cheese plate arranging. Because we know there’s two things this city always needs: plants and community.
Weekly Workshops

NYC Is in Our DNA

Like so many great ideas, the concept for The Sill was born in New York City. The mission behind the female-founded business was simple: to make the process of bringing plants into your home as easy as possible, even for the most precarious of walk-ups in the most urban of settings. The Sill started online in 2012, delivering potted houseplants like pizzas to doorsteps all across the country. Eight years and five brick-and-mortars later, we’re proud to be the OG modern plant destination for city (and country) dwellers, and even prouder it all started in the land of tiny apartments and big dreams. Let’s hear it for New York.