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Plant places near me

Plant places near me

Plant places near me

Looking to get more vegetables in your diet? The USDA has created a comprehensive list of 127 vegetable plants recommended for your area and the states surrounding yours. Start looking this way now!When plant stores were forced to close in March because of the coronavirus, many had to get creative so that they could accommodate the soaring demand for plants as people sheltered at home.For plant lovers who view nursery visits as therapy, it was a major loss. Sure you can buy houseplants online and at big-box stores, but there’s nothing like buying a plant from someone who offers personalized tips on keeping your newly adopted plant alive.The Los Angeles retail plant community is a collegial group with a generous spirit that extends beyond its customers. At Folia Collective, owner Danae Horst recommends Leaf and Spine for rare plants. At Leaf and Spine, Ernestine Segura refers clients to Planta for larger containers. Potted’s Annette Gutierrez is a big fan of Jenkins of the Plant Provocateur, who in turn suggests Sunset Nursery for full-sun plants.

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We have done our best to keep some of the hard to get plants such as Monstera adansonii, Rhaphidophora tetrasperma, string of hearts, various varieties of hoya, Peperomia polybotrya, many varieties of calathea,” says Hargitay. “An occasional variegated monstera might make its way in, but it isn’t too long before it’s sold and off to its forever home.” Potting services are generally free, depending on the plant’s size. 1255 N. Sycamore Ave., West Hollywood, (323) 467-8044.Dan Goshin and Jose Chavez’s nursery features an extensive selection of houseplants, some exotics such as Nepenthes, unusual species such as Sansevieria kirkii, and potted succulents. There are large monsteras ($95), baby cactus ($12.50 apiece) and potting services starting at $3 (even if you didn’t buy the plant there). The store hosts regular plant swaps and a zero-waste program where customers can pick up free leftover grower pots, spray bottles, saucers and other items. 6011 York Blvd., Highland Park, (323) 397-8688.

The garden and home design store features two venues that carry indoor and outdoor plants, succulents, planters and home decor. Customers can create their own arrangement at the Arrangement Bar as well as attend classes on kokedama, potted herb gardens and floral bouquets. 9528 Jefferson Blvd., Culver City, (310) 559-8656; 7505 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, (323) 934-4500.The nursery is brimming with a fabulous selection of plants, many of which are home grown. We’re fully open and continuing to navigate the global pandemic, whilst visiting please do observe social distancing where possible and wear a mask in the undercover areas. Please show our staff and other customers respect by being patient during busy periods and respecting personal space.Decor at this Eastside nursery is classic plant shop (think metal lawn ornaments and cheeky signage), but its gardening selection is a different beast—think tons of niche tools, herbs and seasonal veggie seeds, rare fruiting plants. (Everyone’s on the planting wave this year, so supplies may occasionally be low. Call ahead.) Bellevue (Source: www.seattlemet.com)

 

 

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