Become a Partner

Potted Become a Partner

Flexible florist opportunities with Potted

Looking for full-time or part-time florist jobs? Instead, give Potted a try. Get paid to sell when you want, with the online store with the largest range of flowers.

Why become a sales florist?

Set your own hours

Some selling opportunities can mean long hours and rigid schedules. If you become a partner with Potted, you decide when and how often you sell.

Get paid fast

When you get paid to sell with Potted, your earnings get transferred to your bank account every month.

Get support at every turn

If you have questions, you can reach us anytime online or in the Help Center. Ask about monthly income, how to get paid, and much more.

An alternative to traditional florist jobs

Selling flowers with Potted offers a flexible earning opportunity. It’s a great alternative to full-time florist jobs, part-time florist jobs, or other part-time gigs, temp jobs, or seasonal employment. Or maybe you’re already a florist and want to supplement your income by becoming a partner of the Potted. Florists who work with Potted setting their own schedule to make work fit into their lives, not the other way around. Potted offers an alternative to traditional part-time florist jobs in all major cities in the US, UK, and EU — plus hundreds of other countries of all sizes across the world.

Potted Become a Partner
Potted Become a Partner

Get paid to sell

Earn anytime, anywhere. Whether you want to sell for just a few hours every once in a while, with Potted you can fit selling around what matters most to you. Sell at any time and on any day of the week.

It's easy to get started

Sign up in minutes

Tell us about yourself. Partner requirements vary by region, so we’ll show you what’s needed.

Share required documents

We’ll need copies of your registration, bank account, self-employed confirmation and some information for a screening.

Get the ID and sell

Once you’re appling for a partner simply register and start earning money.

Ready to make money?