Founder Tara Heibel tapped employee Tassy de Give to open this New York branch of her Chicago store in 2007. Weiss ceramic planters ($10–$100) hang from the ceiling of the sprawling, well-lit shop, where locals convene for free classes on creating floral arrangements (materials $50–$300). Even if you’re not DIY savvy, you can still leave with something equally charming, such as Tesoros stainless-steel cups hand-painted with floral accents ($36), Seletti porcelain milk-carton vases ($17) and hanging glass globe terrariums ($14–$19). To bring a piece of nature indoors, head to Sprout’s neighboring floral shop, where arrangements start at $50 and can incorporate anything from French tulips to seasonal branches.
|Venue name:||Sprout Home||Contact:|
44 Grand St
|Cross street:||between Kent and Wythe Aves|
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am–7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Bedford Ave|
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This place has everything! Honestly, it's a beautiful shop to wander through. There's an outdoor space in the back, and I love walking through and picturing how my apartment could look if I decided to invest in beautiful plants (or if I had the space). Do you want a tiny succulent to decorate your window? They've got it. A cool net for hanging plants? Done. Beautiful pots that would make a great housewarming gift? Oh yeah. The staff is also very knowledgable, so you can ask them what to do if your succulent is dying for some unseen reason. It is a bit expensive, but there's a great variety.