Plants make people happy! It’s actually a proven fact, not only does it calm our minds and increase serotonin but it also makes it easier to breathe. Plants are like natural little air purifiers that add a splash of color and life to your apartment home at Broadstone Midtown! We’ve done a little digging and rounded up the best plant nurseries nearby in Midtown Atlanta. Read on for a quick list of the best plant nurseries in town!
The Victorian Atlanta
The Victorian Atlanta is one of our all-time favorite shops in general, and when you see it you’ll know why! This place is what urban jungle dreams are made of. Create your own oasis at Broadstone Midtown with a collection of lush plants and fun decor from The Victorian! Their inspiring shop provides helpful tips on how to care for indoor and outdoor plants, rare plants, soil blends, and so much more. Visit their Instagram page and prepare to be amazed.
Another favorite of ours is definitely Southeast Succulents! As the name suggests, this plant nursery specializes in locally-grown rare and exotic succulent plants along with vertical gardens, hypertufa (stone gardens), and dish gardens. Get creative with their stunning collection of succulent plants! This shop is located inside the Collective Gift Shop and they host all kinds of workshops on how to care for these unique plants and ways to arrange them aesthetically.
Our last familiar favorite is Garden*Hood, located in the historic Grant Park! It is truly a plant lover’s mecca. They have experts on horticulture, design services, a go-to nursery for beginners, and the city’s widest variety of rare and hard-to-find plants! It’s all very exciting! From edible herbs to fruiting trees and vegetables, to decorative houseplants and more. Visit their website to learn more about this plant friendly wonderland and take a wander through Grant Park this weekend.
We would love to see some of your favorite houseplants and plant nurseries! Snap a photo of your favorite plant baby and share it with us on Facebook and Instagram! Check our blog often for more inspiration for plants, pubs, and fun in Midtown Atlanta