As well as helping to reduce stress and fatigue, purifying the air, sharpening focus and brightening up corners and shelves, plants make excellent additions to indoor spaces.
Whether you’re a green-fingered fanatic or an aesthetically-inspired fan of all things flora, SoGlos has compiled a list of the best places to pick up house plants for your home here in Gloucestershire.
Botanica Coffee Kitchen in Cheltenham, is a beautiful coffee shop with an abundance of exotic greenery adorning every surface (including the ceiling). Fuel-up on fresh air and caffeine, whilst perusing the range of foliage on sale, all supplied by The Aroid Attic.
As the name suggests, Bonsai World is home to bonsai trees, big and small. The award-winning and family-run nursery in Cheltenham specialises in the indoor Japanese mini-trees, some of which are over a century old. As well as being low maintenance, the trees instantly add life to small spaces.
Since its opening in 2009, The Fairview Gardener in Gloucester specialises in house plants as well as fruit trees, herbaceous perennials, trees, shrubs and bedding plants. There are friendly staff on hand to offer advice and, after picking up the right plants for your home, you can relax in the on-site tea room with a hot cuppa and homemade cake.
The beautiful Batsford Arboretum is not only a good place to stroll around and stretch the legs, but the garden centre is also home to a wide-range of greenery that can be taken home. Novices are encouraged to approach the friendly and knowledgeable staff for guidance on how to begin their horticultural journeys.
Located on Bath Road in Cheltenham, The Aroid Attic is a haven for house plants. Ran by plant expert Charlotte, the shop stocks a range of wonderful plants of all shapes and sizes, great for any room.
Burford Garden Company is a seriously stylish destination for all your indoor plant needs. With their selection of succulents, cacti, colourful flora to fill any nook and cranny, and a range of houseplants that come in their own compostable pots, it’s a green-fingered guru’s paradise.
Gloucestershire’s Leaf Creative serves delicious coffee with a side-order of horticulture, with the choice of everything from prickly cacti to decorative ferns to brighten and lighten your favourite cosy spot. Planttastic.
Stroud Farmers’ Market takes place every Saturday from 9am to 2pm, and is a great place to pick up indoor and outdoor plants. With an array of local sellers bringing their finest flora to the table, take time to browse the stalls for whatever takes your fancy.
The Malthouse Collective in Stroud is a unique spot for shopping, whether you’re in need of one-of-a-kind interior accessories, antique or vintage pieces, or potted greenery. You’re guaranteed not to leave empty-handed.
Trioscape is an independent garden centre based on the outskirts of Gloucester. With a great selection of indoor plants and expert knowledge and advice on how to display them in all the right places, you’ll be potting like its hot.
The garden shop at Daylesford is a gorgeous place to snap up sustainable plants to transform any corner or feature-shelf. The family farmland has been thriving for over forty years, and the stunning displays inside will provide endless inspiration for botany enthusiasts and interior enthusiasts alike.
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