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4 Pinoy Plant Shops on Instagram

Looking for cacti and succulents? Check out these local gardening stores!

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Potted plants are perfect for the following people: those who don’t have sprawling gardens, those who have just moved into a new place, those who are renting for now or those who simply want to brighten up their rooms.

Cacti and succulents are especially popular because they look so charming. They are also surprisingly easy to take care of as these plants only need a bit of sun, a bit of water, and a lot of love!

If you want to buy some for your own home (or as a unique gift for a friend or relative), follow these four local stores on Instagram:

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