Miroja Small Surprise Gift Box Review – March 2017
Miroja is a subscription box that focuses on minimalist design and plants! They have several different subscription options, and I am reviewing the Small Surprise Gift Box – it includes one plant, and one home item.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
This box includes some fragile cargo, so I’m happy to report that it was packaged very well!
The Subscription Box: Miroja Small Surprise Gift Box
The Cost: $29.99
The Products: 1 plant item or plant accessory, and one home item.
Ships to: US
This box comes with a card that gives you details on where to get plant care instructions. And details on how to set up your plant:
Now, onto the items!
Time to put together the plant! First, you get a ceramic planter.
I love the minimalist design of this little planter – and it’s exactly the type of style I was expecting from this subscription.
First, add these drainage rocks to your planter.
Then add your plant!
What a cute little succulent!
Miroja also includes extra soil if you need it.
Beetle + Bones Apothecary Floral Bath Tea – Value $10
This bath tea/bath salt blend can be used with or without a tea bag, (I opted without). It was relaxing and smelled lovely! A+ bath salts!
Verdict: This box cost $29.99, and I received everything I needed for a tiny succulent planter, plus some lovely bath salts. The quality of the items is great, and I love the minimalist vibe, but since the bath salts are $10, are the succulent + planter worth $20? I’m pretty sure I could get a similar plant at Trader Joes or Whole Foods for $10 or less.
To sum up, this is not a subscription for anyone seeking a good retail value. However, as someone who often sends flowers online knowing very well that I could get them for much less at my local grocery store, I can acknowledge that there is a premium price on sending plants in the mail. If you’re OK with that extra cost, I think you will like this subscription.
What do you think of Miroja?