Plant lovers once again gathered at the Pavillon Rive Gauche for the ephemeral pop-up of Plants for All.
At this event, visitors can expect to find a wide variety of houseplants, ranging from classics like Monstera and Ficus, to more exotic plants such as Calathea, Philodendrons and carnivorous plants.
In addition to selling plants, Plants for All also offers workshops and tips to help visitors care for their plants. These workshops cover a variety of topics, such as transplanting, watering, fertilizing and plant propagation. Visitors can also ask questions of Plants for All experts for personalized advice on caring for their plants.
By bringing together more than 150 varieties of plants, their goal is to make nature accessible to everyone: plants for beginners, pet-friendly, for small or large spaces, for Sunday gardeners... All at the round and unbeatable prices of 2€, 5€ and 10€.
Plants for All' pop-up stores in Paris are often announced in advance on their website and social networks. The events usually last several days and are open to the public.