It's very easy being green at The Plant Market — and picking up something green, finding something green to put it in and eating something green as well. Brisbane's latest botanical-focused pop-up, the event is taking over the Albion Peace Centre from 10am–2pm on Saturday, August 4, complete with stalls upon stalls of green wares.
There'll be plants, obviously. Indoor, outdoor, small, established: they're all on offer thanks to The Botanist, with cacti, fiddle leaf figs and rubber plants a highlight. There'll also be ceramics by Billeta Wood, plus brass pots and vases, vintage wall planters and plant stands. Or, pick up a kokedama and a macrame hanger from Luvia Designs.
When you aren't choosing a new green baby to take home with you — or re-homing it on-site at the market's potting station — you can nab yourself some botanical acrylic earrings from September Creative, or snack on cactus cookies and macarons cooked up by Hansel & Gretel Cakes. To top it all off, there'll be a coffee van. You'll need energy for all that browsing and buying, after all.