7 Must-Visit Garden Shops in White Plains, Quezon City
Get plants for as low as P50!
If you’ve passed by White Plains going to EDSA, Pasig, or Libis—you’ve probably noticed the stores selling plants, flowers, and other gardening needs. Over the years, this green strip has attracted many patrons, serving as a go-to stop for things you would need to achieve a flourishing green corner.
Whether you’re looking into starting a pocket garden or hoping to explore what the north has to offer, schedule a weekend to drop by White Plains. Situated near exclusive villages and major thoroughfares, it’s accessible and would bring you closer to a few interesting food stops, too! Enjoy visiting these stores and have fun planning your personal oasis:
One of the first stores you’ll see as you enter White Plains, Niño’s Garden offers flowering plants like orchids, hydrangeas, and waling-waling, to name a few. Mix-and-match your blooms and score plants that cost around P100 to 700.
Open from Mondays to Sundays, 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Get in touch with Nino’s Garden through mobile at (0926)-071-3320 or email bendindar[at]gmail.com.
Bulacan Garden Corporation
Tracing its roots in Hagonoy, Bulacan, the shop also offers different services aside from plants, garden supplies, and ornaments. Inquire about indoor and outdoor landscaping or see how they can help you maintain your garden, too. Some of the must-haves to check out include: organic soil (P60 per sack), air plants, pots (P50-350), and organic fertilizers (P60 per plastic).
Open from Mondays to Sundays, 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Get in touch with Bulacan Garden Corporation through tel. no. 911-4021 to 25 or email bulacangarden_bgc[at]yahoo.com. You can also visit bulacangarden.com for more details.
If you love colorful blooms, make Roxas’ Garden your first stop. Cattleyas and orchids are available at P50 to 350, while succulents are sold for P50 to 100. Those who love having dish gardens can also have a few customized—just ask the attendants about the process and payment.
Open from Mondays to Sundays, 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Get in touch with Roxas’ Garden through mobile at (0949)-474-6171.
Winter Green Garden
One of the essentials that you need to invest in if you have a garden or an outdoor nook is the grass. Trust Winter Green Garden to provide what you need. Best-sellers include the Frog Grass (P180/sqm) and the Blue Grass (P80/sqm). Aside from these, they also have succulents, disk gardens, and other decorative items.
Open from Mondays to Sundays, 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Get in touch with Winter Green Garden through mobile at (0918)-710-3723.
Whether you’re in the process of starting your garden or improving the land you have, Marleina’s Farm can help you. Aside from offering landscaping services, they can also build waterfalls, ponds, and swimming pools. Some of the products available in the shop include: succulents (P80 to 250), herbs (P120 to 1,200), and fruit-bearing plants and trees (P350 to 2,500). For more details on the products and services, visit their website.
Open from Mondays to Sundays, 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Get in touch with Marleina’s Farm at tel. nos. 911-5562 and 437-9505.
D' Floras Garden
Specializing in landscape design, D’ Floras Garden offers products such as pots (P20 to 150), ornamental plants (P25 to 200), and lucky bamboo (P250). If you’re looking for design inspiration for your outdoor space, simply roam around the store and check out the fountains and setups on display.
Open from Mondays to Sundays, 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Get in touch with D’ Floras Garden through tel. no. 912-1446.
Angel’s Blooms Garden
You’re guaranteed a complete experience when you visit Angel’s Blooms Garden. Get the best indoor plants for your space, shop for accessories and ornaments, and know more about landscaping, too. The shop also has a designer who can work and suggest options according to your budget and the area you’re working with.
Open from Mondays to Sundays, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Get in touch with Angel’s Blooms Garden through Facebook or tel. no. 439 -3661.
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