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Green Fingers Market

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garden store
Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/Cassidy P.

Time Out says

Japanese plant artist and creative director Satoshi Kawamoto is known for turning indoor spaces into secret gardens, working on installations for the likes of Filson, Madewell and über-trendy restaurant Le Turtle. At his Lower East Side shop—the only location outside of Tokyo—an array of succulents ($9.50–$40) and ferns ($28–$40) blankets the surfaces of wooden boxes, bookshelves and wagons, and there’s also a curated selection of vintage clothing and jewelry. Those still mastering their green thumb can opt for mason jar terrariums ($52) or bigger versions in glass domes ($120–$260) with artificial or preserved plants that require no care. While prices can often reflect the feeling that you’re walking though a leafy art exhibit, the trip alone is worthwhile to gather inspiration for your next DIY project.


5 Rivington St
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