Consult the plant experts and upgrade your greenery game.
Some studies have proven that plants can boost your mood, reduce stress, and improve concentration and productivity. If that’s the case, I’m putting plants all over my home and office! Check out these plant nurseries in Baltimore to stock up for your garden any time of the year.
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- Address: 220 W 27th St, Baltimore, MD 21211 | Website
B. Willow is one of the most intricately curated nurseries I’ve come across. Walking in, it almost feels like a museum dedicated to all sorts of plants; houseplants, cacti, terrariums, flowers – they have it all.
What I love most about B. Willow is their events such as terrarium building workshops and Plant Care 101.
Stem & Vine
- Address: 326 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21201 | Website
Bringing together lush greenery and creative art, Stem & Vine is the newest addition to Baltimore’s growing number of nurseries.
The black-owned small business has an array of stunning plants that would make the perfect gift or addition to plant collection or as a gift.
- Address: 828 S Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21230 | Website
Sometimes you want a challenging plant that has its own watering schedule you plan your schedule around, and other times you want an easy plant that you can buy and forget about for the most part – either way, Plantacea has you covered.
In addition to a wide variety of plants, they also have everything plant-related like tools, house-made potting mix, and a propagation wall where you’re welcome to bring/ take a cutting.
- Address: 501 S Ann St, Baltimore, MD 21231 | Website
Indoor plants, hanging plants, cactus, succulents, rare plants, seeds, propagation stations, pots, and accessories – Kelley Gardens has it all!
They have some unique pots and trellises that are perfect for yourself or as gifts for the plant lover in your life.
Fells Point Cultivated Creations
Address: 1814 Fleet St, Baltimore, MD 21231 | Website
Fells Point Cultivated Creations is a wonderful plant nursery in Fells Point that is full of creative ways to house and care for your new plant.
They house a large variety of plants but it’s their handmade terrariums that will catch your eye. I also love that they sell pieces of art, usually plant-focused, by local artists.
They host a lot of classes to bring the community together, learn about different types of plants and the best ways to keep them alive.
Flowers by Chris
Address: 10 W Eager St Suite 101, Baltimore, MD 21201 | Website
While mostly famed for their stunning flower arrangements, Flowers by Chris also sells beautifully put together planters, orchids, and more. Perfect for your home or office, a popular favorite is the Succulent Zen Oasis.
Herring Run Nursery
Address: 6131 Hillen Rd, Baltimore, MD 21239 | Website
Herring Run Nursery is one of the largest plant nurseries in Baltimore; the non-profit has over 250 different species of flowers, plants, vines, shrubs, and trees.
Take your first step towards a green thumb with one of their beautiful native plants.
Green Fields Nursery
Address: 5424 Falls Rd Terrace, Baltimore, MD 21210 | Website
Green Fields Nursery began way back in 1923 when a small grower shared his planting ideas with his friends and neighbors; it soon grew into a family-operated, full-service nursery that continues to be an integral part of the neighborhood.
You can choose from indoor and outdoor plants, trees, shrubs, and more. They also have a large collection of herb and vegetable seeds if you’re into growing your own kitchen garden.
Address: 3501 Southern Ave Baltimore, MD 21214 | Website
An herb nursery, farmhouse and garden shop, Walther Gardens is an integral part of the community. Not only can you stop by and pick up a plant or two, but they have tons of events such as handmade papermaking, community dinners, and they even host a flea market once in a while.
Make sure you stop by for dessert at what they claim to be the nation’s oldest snowball stand.
Wicklein’s Native Plants
Address: 1820 Cromwell Bridge Rd, Baltimore, MD 21234 | Website
Wicklein’s Native Plants is a family-owned establishment that has been in business for 65 years. They have more than 200 different plant species that you can choose from; while it’s not potted and cutesy like in some of the other nurseries we’ve listed, they have the largest variety.
The Carriage House of Scheider’s
Address: 700 Wyndhurst Ave, Baltimore, MD 21210 | Website
The Carriage House of Scheider’s is a part of the family-owned hardware store, Schneider Paint & Hardware. You can find The Carriage House behind the original store, where the friendly owner is there to take care of your every plant need.
You can find flowers, potted plants, and herbs for inside and outside of your home. They also carry tons of home and garden decor items that were created by local artists.
Address: 600 S Caroline St, Baltimore, MD 21231 | Website
Baltimore’s local gardeners know that there is only one place to go when you want the fruit or vegetable garden of your dreams. The company’s been around for over a hundred years selling seeds for a variety of produce, herbs, flowers, plants, and accessories.
You can find garden seeders and young plants for broccoli, corn, onions, peppers, squash, tomatoes, and more.
What keeps you going back is their knowledgeable staff; they are so friendly and always willing to help you in any way to improve your plants and garden.
Address: 3827 Falls Rd, Baltimore, MD 21211 | Website
This adorable plant shop find sells small plates and coffee, furniture, books, textiles, homeware, and finally, plants!
There is an Insta-worthy greenhouse off the side filled with flowers, vines, cacti, and all sorts of plants that will transform your home or office to be Insta-worthy too.
Their collection of pots and vases shouldn’t be overlooked either – there are some really unique minimalist finds that I haven’t seen anywhere else.
Urban Plant Therapy
While there’s no brick-and-mortar location for Urban Plant Therapy, I couldn’t compile this list without including them. The small business sells, designs, maintains, and leases greenery of all sorts for your home or office.
Yes, you can lease plants and you can hire this company to come to take care of your plants for you and make sure they thrive.
They have an enviable selection of indoor plants which they deliver and will also walk you through the best way to maintain them, should you choose to care for them yourself.
The idea of leasing a plant and having someone come take care of them regularly is a fairly new concept but one that Baltimore embraces happily.