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You Can Buy The Prettiest Plants At These 5 Stores On Instagram

These garden shops will convince you to become a plant parent ASAP

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Photography: @tierraplants and @qubo.ph on Instagram (Main Photos)

With the rise of online shopping, you can now buy practically everything online—even plants! While nothing beats strolling around a garden center, it’s so convenient to buy a plant online and  wait for it to be shipped to your home a few days later. If you want to add a touch of green to your space, check out these 5 IG stores that can fulfill all your plant wishes:

Tierra Plants 

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With their stunning photos and breathtaking greenery collection, Tierra is spreading the wonders of “plant parenthood” to homeowners all over the country. This online store carries crowd favorites like Monstera Deliciosa, Peace Lily, and Boston fern, among others, planted in understated pots that will surely go well in a modern minimalist home. To give you an idea of their prices, you can take home a Boston fern for 500 pesos or a 2.5-foot fiddle leaf fig for 1,500.

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Plantherapy 

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Newbie plant parents will appreciate the plantherapy.ph IG account, which posts care tips along with pretty pictures of plants. Scrolling through the feed, you can really see how enthusiastic the owner is about gardening, as they frequently share videos of herbs and fruit-bearing plants from their own garden. Check out their IG stories for plants on sale. Last time we checked, there were Monstera Deliciosas and elephant ears up for grabs.  

Go Green Giveaways 

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It’s official—plants are the trendiest wedding souvenirs of 2018. If you’re looking to convert your wedding guests into plant parents, look no further than Go Green Giveaways, which provides all kinds of tiny and easy-to-maintain species like cacti, air plants, money trees, and ferns. They even have herbs for culinary-inclined couples! Scroll through their IG feed to see all the baby plants they provide—but beware, you might have a hard time deciding which one to get!

Succulove by NaRuthie 

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This Instagram store is run by couple Naro and Ruthie—hence the name NaRuthie in their IG bio. They sell a wide selection of indoor plants such as Sansevieria, Philodendron, and rubber trees, as well as smaller succulents like barrel or rosette cacti that can also be used as wedding giveaways or party favors. Take a pick between rustic burlap or laser-engraved wood to encase your favors in—your guests will surely love them.

Qubo 

This online shop takes inspiration from the Bahay Kubo song we all learned in elementary. While they don’t sell sigarilyas at mani, they do carry a sari-sari collection of herbs like basil, thyme, oregano, fennel, and many others. The shop urges people to #startgrowing their own food for as low as 200 pesos a plant. And did we mention that you can also get these plant babies at BeautyMNL? Add one to your cart the next time you shop for skincare.

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