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One of the few Flower District wholesalers that’s open to the public, this two-story shop is overflowing with affordable home accents ($15–$120), candles ($4–$18), ceramics ($3–$188), and both preserved and artificial plants ($8–$200). Bamboo screens ($90) allow privacy seekers to separate rooms in style while three-tiered potted topiaries ($85) bring the outdoors in. If you want your dining-room table to resemble the ones seen in catalogs, head here for glossy faux artichokes (three for $15), sturdy banana-leaf place mats ($50) and bags of polished mini river stones ($7) that can fill simple glass cube vases ($3–$9). Of course, green thumbs will find nitty-gritty necessities, such as multicolored raffia pots ($6–$9) and Victorinox floral Swiss army knives ($10–$14) in a rainbow of colors.
149 W 28th St
|Cross street:||between Sixth and Seventh Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: 1 to 28th St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 6:30am–5pm|
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