Where to buy plants in Fort Worth, TX

Grow Plant Shop

House plants can help brighten any home. | Photo via @growplantshop

Potted plants, mini succulents, hanging ivy, oh my. Get those green thumbs ready to scroll, because we’ve picked a bouquet of 6 local plant shops + nurseries so you can start cultivating your own garden along with us.

🌱 Grow Plant Shop, 4800 Camp Bowie Blvd.

Editor Rebecca’s pick: The more color the better in my house, which is why I love Grow’s selection of colorful pots and plants. Not to mention they have plant options for everyone, ranging from beginners to collectors.

🌱 Guardado Garden Center, 3228 Alta Mere Dr.

Editor Kate’s pick: It doesn’t take much for me to kill an entire Saturday poking around the unusual botanical selections and unique potted arrangements at Guardado’s. I always leave with several more plants than I intended + a few pieces of talavera pottery.

🌱 Archie’s Gardenland, 6700 Z Boaz Pl.

Grab a bag of fertilizer specifically tailored to Fort Worth soil needs and watch your indoor and outdoor plants thrive. Add some tranquility in your garden with a water fountain or some patio and yard furniture.

🌱 Fifth Avenue Greenhouses Inc., 1615 5th Ave.

The 35-year-old plant shop offers a full range of horticulture products grown in their 15 on-site greenhouses. Other services include a wholesale plant division, interior landscape design + production greenhouses.

🌱 Stegall’s Nursery, 5652 Wilson Rd.

The family-owned nursery and plant farm opened in 1998 providing Fort Worthians with a variety of trees, bushes, herbs + other unique plants to bring life to the yard or greenhouse.

🌱Urban Plantology, 308 Main St.

Mother-daughter duo Romy and Abby are bringing a breath of fresh air to Sundance Square with their plant-lovers oasis filled with greenery ranging from house plants to colorful flowers. Pro tip: be on the lookout for the store’s next terrarium-building workshop.

Do you have a go-to plant shop we should add to our list? Tell us where you get your best bushes + bouquets and we may share them in a future newsletter. We’re so excited to see what else is out there — we might just wet our plants.

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