You Can Now Ship Yourself Some Leaves, Because Why Not?

A startup company in Boston wants to send a package of New England's finest fall foliage to your doorstep. We're not kidding.
Posted at 8:43 PM, Oct 07, 2015

Whoever said snail mail was dying may need to bite their tongue. 

Startup shipping companies have been reinvigorating the postal industry by sending their customers unorthodox packages of stuff. (Video via Fed Ex)

And good news, the latest "shipping spree" is here just in time for fall. Yep, this company offers to send you a package of New England fall foliage for the low, low price of $19.99.

According to the company's website, leaves are hand-collected by foliage experts and packaged in sets of three. We're not making this up.

By the way, this is from the same people who shipped 218 boxes of Boston snow to people all across the U.S. last winter — for $89 a box.

"Eighty-nine dollars. What are you going to do with that? Snow cones?" the hosts of the "Today" show said. 

But if you're not one to embrace the seasons, other startup shipping businesses would probably love to gain your business.

Have dinner delivered to your door by Blue Apron, stock your bar with Cocktail Courier, or send your friend a party in a box with Packed Party. Just place your order and wait for the delivery guy to arrive. (Videos via Blue Apron and Cocktail Courier)

We have to warn you, shipping and handling fees may apply.

This video includes images from Getty Images.