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The 5 Best Plant Shops In Liverpool

When looking for house plants, it is highly recommended that you buy from local nurseries, and luckily, Liverpool has plenty. Whether you want to buy a little cactus whilst you’re out shopping or need five new peace lilies dropped off at your doorstep, we’ve got you covered with the 5 best plant shops in Liverpool.

Root Houseplants

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Root is a family-run business, which homes over 200 varieties of plants. Created by Lisa and her passion for plants, Root offers brilliant knowledge and service, high quality plants and home delivery across the whole of the UK. Visit them in person at The Bluecoat or in West Kirby.


Baby Jungle Plants (Ten Streets Market)

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Baby Jungle Plants are based at Ten Streets Market, which re-opens next week after closing for a month. They offer fresh and dried plants, as well as workshops on how to create beautiful jungle vibes for your indoor space.


A Slower Space

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Located on Penny Lane, A Slower Space is a lifestyle store that hosts houseplants and flowers as well as accessories and homewares. They’re known for their beautiful decor and unique shopping experience.


Green Charm House of Plants (Red Brick Market)

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Green Charm is located at the Red Brick Market in the Baltic Triangle. They’re open every day and offer a wide range of lovely plants, pots and accessories. They also offer home delivery.


Lula Flower Shop

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Lula Flower Shop has been serving Liverpool with brilliant plants and flowers for fifteen years. They specialise in handmade bouquets but offer a wide range of houseplants too and hand-deliver to anyone in a 15-mile radius on the same day as ordering! For those outside the radius, next day delivery is available.



Founder and Editor, Clare Deane, shares her passion for all the amazing things happening in Liverpool. With a love of the local Liverpool music scene, dining out a couple of times a week and immersing herself in to all things arts and culture she's in a pretty good place to create some Liverpool Noise.

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