Repotting services will be discontinued until next April.
An untimely repotting during a plant's dormant period is more detrimental to a plant's health than waiting until an appropriate season. If you believe you have an exception to this guidance, please call into the shop to discuss.
At-home Repotting Services
Chicago Plants is the Windy City's only place servicing overwhelmed plant parents who need help getting their plants into new homes.
Check out our calendar below to schedule time for a plant specialist to visit your home with all of the supplies needed to perform a repotting. Pricing varies by the size of the plant(s) - more information can be found in the event booking details.
Feel free to reach out to the shop via phone or email if you have any questions on the process.
Please select 'At-Home Plant Repotting' below to schedule time.
If it’s portable, bring your overgrown plant into the store and we’ll repot it here. You can bring your own pot or purchase one of ours. Price varies based on size. No need to set up an appointment for this - just stop on by!
Hear from one of our clients:
"Ryan and his team were incredible to work with. I contracted them for a few 'plant projects' around our condo. I was initially impressed by the responsiveness, speed and knowledge during introductions. What impressed me more was the resourcefulness and professionalism while onsite. Super tricky job and spots to pick plants for -- and they nailed it at every turn!! Including a large re-pot that was so compact and restricted they needed a hammer to open it up and get it into a better pot!!"
— Local Plant Parent Donald
Check out some before and after photos from the repotting portion of our project with Donald:
Repotting a 40-year-old Monstera:
These before and after photos were taken during a Chicago Plants project repotting a 40-year-old Monstera! Things almost took a turn when Ryan discovered that its original 6” terra cotta pot was still in the center of the plant’s roots. But in the end the plant was saved! Now it’s standing tall overlooking Lake Michigan.