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7 Philly Plant Shops to Find Your Next Favorite Plant
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7 Philly Plant Shops to Find Your Next Favorite Plant

Shop from one of these small & local plant shops for your next green addition

Plants are extremely useful, whether it be as a best friend, a house decoration, or a new hobby to take up. Plants have several benefits (besides them being something cute on your window sill…) including reducing stress levels, boosting productivity, and sharpening your attention, according to WebMD.

Owning plants will not only make your home look more beautiful, but hopefully, it will make you feel more beautiful, inside and out.

Whether you’re a veteran plant owner or have never had a plant before, there are several plant shops in and around Philadelphia that cover every type of plant owner.

After seeing these 7 plant shops, you will be rushing over to pick up your next (or first!) plant friend. You may even pick up a reptile.

7 Plant Shops across Philadelphia neighborhoods

1. STUMP

This gorgeous plant shop with locations in both Northern Liberties and University City has a wide variety of plants and ceramics that appeal to every type of plant lover. Stump’s mission makes plant education and customer service a priority, which makes for several spaces that have become the go-to place for people to receive their first plant.

STUMP | Instagram

Northern Liberties and University City

956 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

2. Cultivaire

Cultivaire is a plant shop located in Brewerytown that seeks out a diverse audience of both plant experts and plant rookies. Cultivate utilizes a hands-on approach in order to help customers “find the perfect plant that fits your special space to help it not just stay alive but thrive.”

Cultivaire | Instagram

Brewerytown, 915 N 28th St, Philadelphia, PA 19130

3. Vault + Vine

Vault + Vine is a space in East Falls that not only serves as a plant shop, but as a cafe and event space as well! The store’s owner, Peicha Chang, has made a space that puts the local community first, which is shown by her usage of local creators in every aspect of the space– from plants to baked goods.

Vault + Vine | Instagram

East Falls, 3507 Midvale Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19129

4. Laurel Hill Gardens

This garden shop in Chestnut Hill offers a huge variety of plants and gardening supplies, ranging from custom planters to terra cotta. In addition to this wonderful garden shop, Laurel Hill Gardens also features landscaping services to truly make your home garden the best it can be.

Laurel Hill Gardens | Instagram

Chestnut Hill, 8125 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19118

5. Chloris & Prase

This women-owned shop in Center City prides itself on being “more than a plant shop” as stated in their Instagram bio. Along with one-of-a-kind plants and greenery, customers can also find candles and other home goods like puzzles and incense holders.

Chloris & Prase | Instagram

Center City, 1915 Washington Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19146

6. Walter Pine

Walter Pine is a floral shop founded by the married couple David & Christina Cavagnaro. Both having heavily creative backgrounds, Walter Pine is the Cavagnaros’ creative outlet for finding artistic ways to decorate floral arrangements. From statement plants to succulents, Walter Pine meets the needs of every type of plant buyer.

Walter Pine | Instagram

Queen Village, 729 S 4th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

7. ILLExotics

The family-owned ILLExotics markets houseplants from around the world, yet, those plants come with a selection of captive-bred exotic reptiles. With a great variety of plants, maybe you could walk out of the East Passyunk Crossing-located shop with a plant and a lizard. Who knows?

ZooMed

East Passyunk Crossing, 1704-06 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19148

Cover Photo by Annie Spratt

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Amani is a high school senior who is extremely passionate about the environment, especially when there’s intersectionality between race issues and the environment. Soon to be a high school graduate, Amani spends her time taking care of her local environment, eating at new places, and hanging out with her friends and family. View all posts by Amani Rivers

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