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Indulge Your Plant Obsession With Jungle Collective’s Massive Online Sales This Month

Indulge Your Plant Obsession With Jungle Collective’s Massive Online Sales This Month

Jungle Collective Is Doing A Series Of Huge Online Plant Sales This June

Just when you thought you’d heard about all the best EOFY sales happening this month, along comes the Jungle Collective with a series of huge virtual plant sales.

Normally when Jungle Collective throws a sale, it fills entire warehouses with all sorts of plants. We’re talking hundreds of cute lil’ indoor plants, ferns, palms, big green boys for the garden and hard-to-find plants. But for the time being, all sales are moving online, with a whole heap kicking off this month.


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Jungle Collective virtual sales will happen in Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Adelaide in June.

While these sales are totally online, you’ll still have to register to get access, just like regular Jungle Collective events.

Here’s how it works: register for a ticket and you’ll get a URL to access the sale. Depending on your location, you’ll have a few sessions to choose from throughout the day.

No matter what session you register for, access will be completely free. Save your cash for all that garden goodness!

Your plants will then be shipped to you over the next few weeks, with plenty of deals on free and discounted delivery.

The Jungle Collective virtual sales in Melbourne and Perth are happening this Saturday, June 13. Sydney and Adelaide are both scheduled for June 20. You can already sign up to be notified when registration opens so you can nab a sweet VIP time slot.

Keep an eye on the website for more details about upcoming sales in Brisbane, Geelong and Newcastle in August. The site’s also promising more details about a Canberra sale

All that’s left to do then is think about what plant you want. If you’re new to the whole “taking care of a living thing” sitch, check out our guide to keeping indoor plants alive according to an expert.

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