In the Audubon Park Garden District of Central Florida, Palmer’s Garden and Goods is a paradise among the quick moving streets of the city. This location is right down the street from East End Market. Palmer’s Garden and Goods is so much more than just a plant shop, containing a showcase of plants to choose from for purchase. They also have an area filled with local goods like body scrubs, soaps, and artistic vases. Not only this, but there are areas to relax in while you drink a glass of wine.
From the outside, you can see a glimpse of the beautiful plants waiting for you at Palmer’s Garden and Goods. When you step inside, you will see that there are hundreds of plants to see and purchase. This includes common plants like monsteras, to exotic ones like banana plants! There are outdoor areas with plants showing off their beautiful flowers, and indoor locations and greenhouses for the more fragile species.
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You’ll also notice as you walk through rows and rows of greenery, that there are tables and chairs, These are spread out throughout the location to relax in, even if you don’t wish to purchase a plant. Many events are held in these relaxation areas, including wine tastings for adults to DIY fairy garden classes for all ages to enjoy. It is also perfect for just reading or studying in as well, and the peaceful gardens create the perfect backdrop for a tranquil afternoon.
Sip & Shop
At the front of the store, there is a fridge full of beers, wines, and seltzers available for purchase. On occasion, I’ve seen mimosas available to try as well! Some of the offerings are also local beers and drinks, and they are so nice to enjoy while shopping throughout the location.
More Than Plants
In the shop you’ll find so much more than plants to browse, such as natural cleaning products, beauty products, candles, handmade vases and more. They also have everything you could possibly need to take care of your plant, from plant food to soil.
If you’re a plant lover or someone who just enjoys relaxing among nature, Palmer’s Garden and Goods is a great place to add to your Orlando bucket list. With so many local goods to purchase, as well as hundreds of different plants you can add to your collection, there are so many things to look at and enjoy when you visit. Savor a sip of a local beer or wine while you shop, and take a look at their website as well to see what events they will be offering for the month ahead!
What’s your favorite local spot to get plants for your house or garden?
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