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6 plant shops to visit in San Antonio

Find your next green obsession at these oases.


Welcome to the jungle. | Photo via @plant_shoppe

Thinking of adding plant parent to your list of responsibilities? We’ve got you covered. Whether you’re looking to build a garden sanctuary in your backyard or transform your space into major jungle vibes, here are six local plant shops to help you get rooted.

Evergreen Garden, 922 W. Hildebrand Ave.

The garden carries a wide selection of native plants suitable for Central Texas weather, while its glass greenhouse is stocked with exotic houseplants + local handmade goods.

Fanick’s Garden Center, 1025 Holmgreen Rd.

This 10-acre family-owned nursery is located on the Southeast side of town and boasts the largest selection of fruit trees in Texas. Pro tip: Before you head out, download its fruit tree guide.

Spring Creek Gardens, 11355 US-281 N.

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Visit the fairy garden in Spring Creek’s green house.

Photo by SATXtoday team

Located just north of San Antonio, this garden center has it all. From its shoppe featuring a selection of apparel + goods, to the Gathering Haus pouring iced teas and coffees. Pro tip: The shop has beer and wine on tap for your browsing pleasure.

Plant Shoppe, 3020 N. Saint Mary’s St.

While this modern plant shop carries your favorite exotic houseplants and cacti, they also specialize in curated bundles for every kind of plant person.

Rainbow Gardens, two locations

This is your one-stop shop for annuals, perennials, house plants, fertilizers + more. Pro tip: Check out its weekly ad for special deals.

The Green Gate Garden Center, 990 S. N. Hwy 123 Bypass


Take a plant-loving photo shoot at any garden center, with permission of course.

Photo courtesy of Jacob and Kassandra P.

Take a trip east to Seguin and you’ll find this plant nursery with endless rows of succulent finds and greenhouses. Pro tip: Get permission to have a photo shoot with your significant other, you won’t be-leaf the results.

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