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We’ve Discovered 5 New Stores for Your Plant Needs

Tap the Instagram icon on your phone and give these shops a follow

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Photography: @shop.tilly and @pgdbotanique on Instagram (Main Photos)

An indoor plant—whether quietly sprucing up a dark corner or captivating guests by the foyer—is a wonderful addition to any space. If you find joy and relaxation in gardening and repotting your plants, we’re sure you’ve visited stores in Quezon City or even followed a few on Instagram for new plant babies and supplies. We’ve got some good news for you—we scoured Instagram for five new stores that will surely tickle your green thumb and get you excited to work on your garden immediately. Check them out below:

1. @nestplantstudio

You may have heard about Nest Plant Studio before. From offering potted indoor arrangements, setting up pop-up stores, and conducting plant workshops, the store has gained quite a following. The store sells plants in different sizes, plus pots and planters, too. As shown in the photo above, they offer Rubber Plants with a clay pot and wooden stand.

Based on the photos on their feed, the setups can match Scandi, industrial, and minimalist-inspired homes. There are even pots in light pink if your home is in need of color. Follow the store for other plant picks like the Snake Plant, Fiddle Leaf Fig, and Bird’s Nest Sansevieria, to name a few.

2. @pgdbotanique

From accents and gifts, to designer gardens and indoor plant styling—trust PGDbotanique to deliver. Browse through their IG account for ideas on how to style and display your green wonders. If you're planning to shop anytime soon, they have plants that will surely catch your attention. They sell crowd-favorites like the Monstera Deliciosa, Monstera piccolo, and Philodendron gloriosum.

Looking for something unique to a friend or special someone? Pictured above is a Kokedama Rhaphidophora in a pretty glass container inspired by Beauty and the Beast. We're sure it will look go on a side or center table.

For inquiries, get in touch with PGDbotanique via landline at (02) 398-1789. You can also visit the store at 296 Haig Street, Mandaluyong City.

3. @plantparenthoodph

Find everything you need for your green corner at the whimsically-named Plant Parenthood PH—from plants and pots, to planters and stands in pine wood. You'll definitely spend hours scrolling and double tapping photos as each post is pure eye candy. 

Plant Parenthood can deliver your new plant baby with a fee that depends on your location. If you're interested to see the plants, schedule a visit to Caferista, #11 Brixton Street, Pasig City. You may send them a direct message on Instagram for inquiries. Some of the plants that caught our attention include the Philodendron Hederaceum Brasil (seen above), Peperomia caperata, and the Satin photos. Shop now and fill your space with air purifying wonders.

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4. @plantloversph

The name says it all—Plant Lovers is all about plant love! They post plants that need a home and work on different setups that can be given as souvenirs and gifts. We especially love the pots and planters they use—they have a mix of minimalist pieces, concrete ones that are stunning, and ornate pots that are perfect if you're looking for plants that can be used as centerpiece.

Follow the shop and check out the cacti, succulents, indoor plants, and the mini potted cuties that can liven up compact homes.

For inquiries, get in touch with Plant Lovers PH via mobile at (0917) 629-3210.

5. @shop.tilly

Plant Tilly's feed is bursting with styling ideas, plants you want to take home, and other home accessories you'll love to add to your space. Make sure you follow the store stat as they do plant giveaways from time to time. Since they join pop-ups as well, you have a chance to see the plants in person and purchase what you want to add to your garden.

Plant Tilly has a wide selection of green wonders, it's quite difficult to pick five that we'd love to buy ASAP. Some of the standouts include Pothos, the Opuntia cacti, and the Oxalis Triangularis (seen above) also known as Purple shamrock or Butterfly's wings plant.

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