Send your plants on a vacation to ACE’s Plant Holiday Home when travelling abroad

Send your plants on a vacation to ACE’s Plant Holiday Home when travelling abroad

Dubai: The Greenhouse at ACE in Festival Plaza – Jebel Ali, a haven for plants and plant enthusiasts alike, is turning into a Plant Holiday Home this summer for the second year in a row. With ACE’s service, residents flying abroad this season won’t have to worry about returning home to neglected plants.

This year from June 25 through August 31, the Plant Holiday Home will be open for both indoor and outdoor plants. It’s the ideal environment with a temperature-controlled greenhouse overseen by ACE’s skilled in-house horticulturist.

Plant Holiday Home offers add-on treatments as well, including pruning, fertilizer, top dressing (soil and fertilizer change), and a soil change spa treatment.

Booking a slot at ACE’s Plant Holiday Home

Customers can make reservations by sending an email to [email protected] They must include their contact information, arrival and departure dates, as well as photographs and descriptions of their plants.

A member of the Plant Holiday Home staff will respond to requests with confirmation and weekly pricing. Customers will pay for their plant’s stay in full upon check-in once their reservation has been verified. Watering and general upkeep are included in Plant Holiday Home’s standard service, which starts at AED 15 per week, with possible add-ons starting at AED 10 per treatment to give your plants a truly revitalizing holiday experience.

ACE’s Plant Holiday Home – A place for all your plants 

At check-in, ACE does a comprehensive assessment of all plants before they begin their stay to guarantee that only healthy plants are introduced into the Plant Holiday Home. This process ensures all of the plants can thrive and be happy. ACE Hardware plant vacation UAE ACE Hardware plant vacation UAE

Each customer can check in a maximum of 15 plants to guarantee that there is enough room for everyone at ACE’s Plant Holiday Home.

Some plants, such as basil, bonsai, chilli, chrysanthemum, coriander, eggplant, indoor roses, parsley, paulownia, petunia, potato, and tomato, are too delicate to be accepted.

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