These days plants are kind of a big dill. Proud plant parents are sprouting up everywhere and let’s face it, we’re all succas for a flourishing herb garden. The growing trend of bringing the outdoors in, is definitely sticking around, as is the importance of preserving our beautiful planet.
In honor of Earth Day 2019, we’re celebrating the top 25 trendy plant shops in the U.S. Whether you have a beautiful outdoor garden or a colorful collection of indoor plants, these shops can help turn your thumb the greenest of green. Feeling inspired? Adopt a new plant baby this Earth Day by doing a quick search on Yelp for a plant shop near you.
#1 – Rogers Gardens in Corona Del Mar, CA
#2 – Paiko in Honolulu, HI
#3 – Sprout Home in Chicago, IL
#4 – Crimson Horticultural Rarities in Oakland, CA
#5 – Roots in San Francisco, CA
#6 – Mickey Hargitay Plants in Los Angeles, CA
#7 – Pistils Nursery in Portland, OR
#8 – Landmark Plant in Encinitas, CA
#9 – Adam and Son Gardens in Chicago, IL
#10 – Mission Hills Nursery in San Diego, CA
#11 – Milaeger’s in Racine, WI
#12 – Plant The Future in Miami, FL
#13 – Plant Depot in San Juan Capistrano, CA
#14 – Tom’s Thumb Nursery & Landscaping in Galveston, TX
#15 – Urban Jungle in Philadelphia, PA
#16 – Urban Roots Garden Center in New Orleans, LA
#17 – Roots in Greenville, SC
#18 – Grounded Plant + Floral Co. in Indianapolis, IN
#19 – Hammer + Vine in Portland, OR
#20 – Urban Feed & Garden in Seattle, WA
#21 – Little Leaf in Washington, DC
#22 – Thyme and Place in Salt Lake City, UT
#23 – City Planter in Philadelphia, PA
#24 – Da Hing Flower Shop in New York, NY
#25 – Frond Plant Shop in Austin, TX
If you enjoyed our list, follow the collection on Yelp! You can cross each shop off your plant bucket list as you make your way across the U.S.
Top 25 Trendy Plant Shops in the U.S. According to Yelp Methodology: This is an all-time list of the best trendy plant shops in the U.S. according to Yelp. We identified businesses in relevant business categories with a large concentration of reviews mentioning “trendy” and “boutique,” then ranked those spots using a number of factors including the total volume and ratings of reviews mentioning those keywords. We included only two businesses per metro area for geographic diversity.