It’s Time for a Garden Refresh: 5 Plant Shops to Visit in St. Louis

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If your garden is still looking a little drab from the winter months, it may be time for a garden refresh. Whether you’re looking for flowers, veggies, herbs or landscaping, these five St. Louis plant shops can help you get your greenery on point.

Photo courtesy of Maypop Coffee & Garden Shop.

Maypop Coffee & Garden Shop
Maypop Coffee & Garden Shop is on a mission to help St. Louisans create gardens that are oasis of biodiversity. Located in Webster Groves, this shop boasts savvy employees, unique plants, and a cafe that serves up coffee and tea from local gems Blueprint and Big Heart Tea Company.

Photo courtesy of Flowers & Weeds

Flowers & Weeds
This floral studio, urban flower grower and greenhouse is located in South City St. Louis, right on Cherokee Street. Run by a group of creative women, this is a great spot for indoor or outdoor plants, plus handmade planters, dried flowers, and home decor treasures.

Photo courtesy of Bowood Farms.

Bowood Farms
This Central West End plant nursery inhabits a rehabbed warehouse dating back to the 1920s. Not only do they have a fantastic offering of plants and home goods, they also host plant care, craft, and yoga workshops. Their garden restaurant, Cafe Osage, features vegetables and herbs grown right in their own gardens.

Photo courtesy of Rolling Ridge Nursery.

Rolling Ridge Nursery
This Webster Groves nursery believes in intentional garden design. Rolling Ridge’s mission is to help you create visually stunning greenscapes that act as miniature, vital ecosystems composed of native plants and wildlife.

Photo courtesy of Garden Heights Nursery.

Garden Heights Nursery
Garden Heights plant shop does it all. Located in Richmond Heights right along Big Bend, they sell a wide variety of plants and garden essentials and also offer garden-design, plant-installation and repotting services that can make your garden redesign a breeze.


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