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9 Boutique Plant Shops In Singapore With Aesthetic Plants & Accessories To Give Your HDB Jungalow Vibes

Boutique plant shops for house plants


If there’s one thing lifestyle bloggers and Instagrammers with chio feeds have taught us, it’s that houseplants certainly do a great job of bringing a home together and doubling up as pretty interior decor

If you’ve ever wanted to nurture your own indoor garden but fear the seemingly tall order, simply zhng your space with a myriad of easy-care stylish indoor plants and accessories from these eight online and retail boutique plant shops in Singapore

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1. Potta Plantta – Artisanal, quirky character planters & woven rattan stands



Rustic interior at Potta Plantta
Image credit: PottaPlantta

Filled with calming shades of brown and green from floor to ceiling, Potta Plantta offers a temporary hideaway from city life beyond their doors. Pick from an extensive range of indoor plants with the pros at the shop offering their two cents based on your home’s interior decor and lifestyle.


Woven rattan stand and basket planters

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If you’re looking to repot your plant into a new home, there are biodegradable coconut pots (from $1.50) that come in five different sizes and monochromatic pots with ears (from $19) for all of you who love cats and rabbits. 

P.S. All plants are repotted with care using their special potting blend, which helps to prevent problems like overwatering. 


Quirky design variations
Image credit: Potta Plantta

For smaller plants, skip the plain jane ceramic and plastic pots seen in most neighbourhood plant shops, as you’ll find a treasure trove of artisanal planters here. Handmade by artists all over Southeast Asia, these pots come in quirky character designs like their Grandpa series and animal-shaped ones from $39 each. 

Address: 55 Lorong L Telok Kurau, #01-57, Singapore 425500
Opening hours: Wed – Sun 11AM-6.30PM | Closed on Mon & Tue
Telephone: 8615 4322

Potta Plantta website


2. Tumbleweed Plants – Stylish pots, macrame hanger & gardening tools



Add a vibrant splash of pastel hues to your walls with the Jelly Bean Pots
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Home to one of the largest range of planters on our Little Red Dot, Tumbleweed Plants offers exclusive pieces you won’t find elsewhere. Beyond creative items like their Misfit Tripods ($130) that will house your plants in a Picasso-esque planter, get an extra pop of colour and dimension on your wall with their hanging Ungasan Planters ($45).


Beaded Macrame Hanger
Image credit: Tumbleweed Plants

Check out unique plant accessories like macrame hangers (from $30) that will hug your potted plants snuggly, as well as gardening tools like the Haws Mister ($55) that serves an added function as pretty home decor. 


Image credit: Tumbleweed Plants

To see their plant and accessories selection IRL in all their glory, book an appointment to drop by their Tiong Bahru store.


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Tumbleweed Plants

*Tumbleweed’s Joo Chiat store is currently closed due to Covid-19.

Address: 55 Tiong Bahru Road, #01-02, Singapore 160055
Opening hours: Tues – Fri 10AM-8PM | Sat & Sun 10AM-7PM
Telephone: 9639 1914

Tumbleweed Plants website


3. Rabbit Island SG – One-stop-shop for dried flowers, rainbow moss & succulents



Racks filled with plants to choose from

Image credit: Rabbit Island

If you aren’t a fan of the common greens, Rabbit Island SG has a slew of dried flowers (from $8) in various shades. Create a boho vibe at home with some big Pampas Grass ($16) that stands at around 1.5-Metres tall!


Pampas Grass is available in shades of brown, yellow, and green.

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For those who prefer less in-your-face plants, this shop has small batches of colourful moss (from $15) and succulents (from $4.20) in different shapes, sizes, and colours to beautify the nook and crannies of your house.  


There’s no shortage of succulents in this shop
Image credit: Rabbit Island


Ditch the usual plain planters in exchange for adorable character ones

Image credit: Rabbit Island

Note: Rabbit Island is now running an online-only store.

Rabbit Island website


4. Easi Grow – Self-watering system, LED grow light & hanging glass jar terrariums



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Easi Grow

Eh, remember to water my plants every day hor!” When it’s time to go out of town, dedicated plant owners know the drill of finding someone to take care of their plants. To make life a little easier, Easi Grow has hi-tech indoor plant systems that’ll put even the most extra plant owner’s concerns to rest. 


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Easi Grow

Some convenient devices to put to the test include the self-watering Sky Planter ($32) and LED Grow Light add-ons (from $25).


Plants growing out as luscious curly ‘hair’
Image credit: Easi Grow

Other than picking out some plants to take home, have a second look at their fun planter designs that make sprouting leaves look like hair!

Address: Tampines Street 32, #02-10 Tampines Mart, Singapore 529287
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 11AM-7.30PM | Sat, Sun & P.H. 10AM-5.30PM
Telephone: 6815 5516

Easi Grow website


5. FittoniaMania – Over 300 indoor plants & soil mix from $1.80



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Kurone Nekoru

Conveniently nestled in heartland malls like Nex and Clementi Mall, FittoniaMania offers over 300 types of indoor plants from as low as $2. There are also over 30 kinds of potted terrariums to choose from, which come in special glass jars shaped like everyday objects such as eggs and apples. 


Terrarium selections from $17
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For beginners who want a taste of gardening, they sell an array of soil mix starting from $1.80 like Coco Soil Mix for plants that are prone to overwatering and Dry Sphagnum Moss-Medium to target soil displacement. 


Little animal figurines
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To bring something special to your indoor garden, add some movie character figurines like Groot ($3) and Tinkerbell ($5.50) to your loot.

Serangoon NEX
Address: 23 Serangoon Central, #04-K17 NEX, Singapore 556083
Opening hours: 11AM-8.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6481 2427

Clementi Mall
Address: 3155 Commonwealth Avenue West, #05-K1 Clementi Mall, Singapore 129588
Opening hours: 11AM-8.30PM, Daily

Fittonia Mania website


6. A Tilly A Day – DIY terrarium workshops, geometric glassware & mini figurines



No two terrariums are exactly alike, so personalise your own terrarium here any day of the week
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To paraphrase Powerpuff Girls: Brightly coloured sand mix, pocket-sized figurines, and a few plants – these are the three ingredients chosen to create the perfect terrarium. But at A Tilly A Day, you can get hands-on during their daily DIY terrarium workshop to customise and add your own touch to the typical terrarium recipe.


Golden geometric glassware with an open-air concept
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Browse through geometric glassware (from $39) that comes in shapes like pentagons, or grab a few miniature figurines of your choice for your potted plants. 


Festive Totoro figurines for CNY
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Explore their huge collection of cacti, succulents, and air plants that are made for busy Singaporeans as they require minimal attention. 


Succulents galore!
Image credit: A Tilly A Day

Address: 83 Punggol Central, #02-03 (West Wing) Waterway Point, Singapore 828761
Opening hours: Sun – Fri 11AM-8PM | Sat 11AM-9PM
Telephone: 8483 3660

A Tilly A Day website


7. Noah Garden Centre – Online marketplace for smaller boutique plant shops & repotting services



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Noah Garden Centre

For times when you have your eye on a dream plant with a pot that doesn’t suit your home’s aesthetics or vice versa, head to the online marketplace Noah Garden Centre. You’ll get to choose your fave plants and pot from, get this, 31 different sellers! 


Own a colourful unique pot from The Rain in Spain
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Some interesting sellers include Little Big Garden for ferns (from $35), The Rain in Spain for handcrafted pastel planters (from $24.50), and Green Spade for fertilisers and potting soil (from $5).


Natural ceramic terrazzo planters
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The best part? They’ll help you to repot your purchased plants into their new abode for free when you spend above $100, so you don’t have to worry about making a mess. 

Noah Garden Centre website


8. The Chlorofeel Shop – Online shop with rare succulents, herbs and spices



A new batch of rare succulents is released every few days
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A huge part of our Singaporean identity is being kiasu, so it’s no surprise that rare items instantly catch our attention. At The Chlorofeel Shop, you’ll get to snatch up succulent rarities (from $12) every few days, as a new batch drops frequently to switch things up for succulent collectors. 

To get your hands on your desired succulent, read up on their detailed delivery, collection, and potting care process here


Grow your own Cat Whiskers to brew Misai Kucing tea
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Take your plant collection to the next level with over 30 species of herbs and spices (from $7), which you can filter your options on their website based on characteristics like water needs, light needs, and purpose. 

Beyond the commonly known rosemary and peppermint ($8 each), they also have special finds like Cat Whiskers ($12) that come with health benefits when brewed into tea. 


Retreorrazzo Rewind planters
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Don’t cart out without taking a glimpse of their planters that start from a mere $1. You’re sure to find something from their collection of pots with polygon cartoon pots ($10) to a planter designed like a grenade ($38).


Minimalistic 3D illusion planters
Image credit: The Chlorofeel Shop

Telephone: 9853 3958

The Clorofeel Shop website  


Boutique plant shops in Singapore


Most of us spend our 9-to-6 in an office staring at our computer screen, with the exception of lunch breaks when we get to venture out for some much-needed fresh air in our Garden City. Instead of returning home to a similar ambience like your workspace, take this new year to spruce up your home with refreshing greens that’s bound to help you relax your eyes and mind.

If you’re still unsure about what plants and accessories to get, these eight boutique plant shops are a good place to start.


Cover image adapted from (L-R): @pottaplantta, @thechlorofeel
Originally published on 16th January 2020. Last updated by Josiah Neo on 4th August 2021.

Victoria Quek

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