Gardening novices would be familiar with the pain of purchasing plants, only to have them die within a week despite your best efforts.

Luckily, Bunnings have come up with a policy to help these customers in their quest of growing their own greeneries. 

The hardware chain has introduced ‘Perfect Plant Promise’, which allows shoppers to return a dead plant within 12 months of purchase for a refund or a replacement.

The policy applies on all plants except seedlings. Shoppers can return their purchase with a receipt or a tax invoice.

“If you’re not 100 per cent happy, return your plant … and we’ll refund it,” the company’s website said.

The returned plant is subject to examination by a staff member, who will determine if the customer is eligible for a refund or a replacement.

This article originally appeared on Over60.