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Chicago’s Best Plant Shops

Storefront of Sprout Home Chicago

Storefront of Sprout Home Chicago

As spring starts to arrive in Chicago, you might want to add a little brightness to your home, condo or apartment. Indoor plants are a great way to do so, and Chicago has no shortage of amazing shops and nurseries to explore. Here are just a few of Chicago’s best plant shops to check out:

Sprout Home

You’ll see Sprout Home’s Ukrainian Village storefront as you approach; their rooftop and outdoor shop overflows with greenery and plants, for both your indoor and outdoor needs. They have an expansive selection of houseplants, pottery, terrariums, and floral arrangements, both dried and fresh. For your home good needs, their Home Floral & Table shop is just across the street. 

Coach House Plant & Floral Design

Located in North Center, Coach House is a horticultural studio offering interior plant design services, both to individuals and businesses. Their past collaborations with designers and architects give them a keen eye for detail for commercial and residential spaces. They even offer a maintenance service for those who might need help keeping up with watering, cleaning, pruning and more.

Plant Salon

While Plant Salon offers a beautiful selection of indoor plants, they also curate a great collection of beauty products. And if you need pots or ceramics to hold your new purchases, they have an affordable range of options that will help make a statement. Their small-but-mighty West Town storefront is the perfect place to shop for gifts, or for yourself. 

Semillas Plant Studio

Owned and operated by a Pilsen native, Semillas Plant Studio is a recently opened shop that brings a pop of green to the neighborhood. Angélica Varela’s store includes plenty of indoor plants, along with beautiful home and paper goods. If you’re looking for a place to get inspired and begin your collection, Pilsen’s Semillas is a great place to start.

Of course, there are plenty of other nurseries and businesses to check out, most likely in your own neighborhood. Happy plant shopping!