Where to Buy Indoor Plants Online
There's never been a better time to spruce up our living and/or work spaces. As well as being aesthetically pleasing, indoor plants help purify the air and have added health benefits. Studies have shown that plants help to reduce stress, boost creativity and make people feel happy.
Here are 9 local plant suppliers, stores and nurseries where you can get your green on:
Eden Gardens - This award-winning garden centre boasts a bounty of indoor plants including terrariums, kokedama and orchids, as well as pretty plant pots and on-trend, woven baskets.
Little Fox Lane - Aspley's cute little plant boutique has an abundance of indoor plants, from fiddle leaf figs and philodendrons to monsteras and more. Customers can Click and Collect or have their plants delivered to their door.
The Plant Lounge - You'll find small plants, large plants, plant stands, plant pots and hanging planters, plus prints, botanical-themed books and more at The Plant Lounge online. Click and Collect or have your new leafy friends delivered.
The Tropic Gardener - This boutique nursery offers a fabulous selection of succulents, cacti, tropical plants and flowering orchids.
Plant Empire - Plant Empire's online shop features a lush selection of indoor plants and gorgeous pots handcrafted in Tuscany by Bergs.
All The Green Things - This gorgeous West End shop specialises in indoor, balcony and courtyard plants as well as terrariums, kokedama and macrame.
Houseplant Hoarders - One of Australia's original online nurseries for tropical and rare collector's plants, Houseplant Hoarders stock a wide variety of homegrown greenery along with unique, handcrafted, botanical ware.
Oxley Nursery - One of the biggest and best garden centres in Brisbane, this nursery has heaps of house plants. Order and pay over the phone and drive through, or have your plants delivered.
Plants in a Box - Based in the Currumbin Valley, this popular online nursery offers a fantastic range of indoor plants, from Alocasias to Zanzibars. Best of all, delivery is free.
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