The Plant Market
Shop for potted greenery and ceramic planters — and even pick up free plants.
It's very easy being green at The Plant Market — and to pick up something green and find something green to put it in as well. Brisbane's latest botanical-focused pop-up, the event is taking over the Albion Peace Centre from 10am–2pm on Saturday, December 1, complete with stalls upon stalls of green wares.
There'll be plants, obviously. Indoor, outdoor, small, established: they're all on offer, with cacti, fiddle leaf figs and rubber plants a highlight. There'll also be ceramics, plus brass pots and vases, vintage wall planters and plant stands. Or, pick up some botanical-themed acrylic earrings.
When it comes to choosing a new green baby to take home with you, however, you have two options. You can buy something and re-home it on-site at the market's potting station, or you can nab a piece of plantlife for free. The latter option comes via the plant adoption centre, where you can bring in your not-so-loved plants, leave them for someone else to nurture and take home another one to give some tender loving care.
Entry costs a gold coin donation, and bringing your own boxes and bags is recommended — or you can buy a tote bag at the market.
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