Instantly jazz up your abode with a range of indoor plants, courtesy of The Jungle Collective.
After a hugely popular plant-sale bonanza last month, Sydney is being gifted yet another massive indoor plant sale, and we can think of no better way of breathing new life into your home. Traveling from their Bohemian warehouse in Abbotsford, Melbourne – The Jungle Collective are bringing their jungle plants up to Sydney for a massive mega sale.
It’s happening this Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th March from 10am – 4pm at an epic warehouse location in St Peters.
Shoppers will have hundreds of indoor plants to choose from with vendors also offering tips on how to care for your plant when you take them home (aka how not to kill it). If you’re lacking in those creative juices, you’ll also receive style inspiration on how to incorporate your plants into your home plus get the chance to chat to on-site horticulturalists.
With all that plant shopping bound to have you feeling famished, there will also be drinks and nibbles from their food truck – The Garden Shed! Shoppers are also encouraged to BYO grandma (not even kidding) to receive a $5 discount!
Be sure to keep your eyes peeled on the Facebook event page, as the team will be sharing what plants they have their hot little hands on! Previously The Jungle Collective have had over 40 different species including Fiddle Leaf, Giant Birds of Paradise, Mothers in Law Tongue, lots of ferns, hanging plants, String of Pearls, Bangalow palms, Kentia palms and lots more.
EFTPOS will be available on the day, with parking and local transport also available. Just remember to BYO box, as these will be limited.
Readers take note! Due to the immense popularity of this event, The Jungle Collective require you to register for a time slot over the course of the two-day sale. Spots are disappearing fast! To register, click here.
The Jungle Collective Huge Indoor Plant Warehouse Sale
When: Saturday 17th March and Sunday 18th March, 10am – 4pm
Where: Unit 2E- 1-7 Unwins Bridge Rd, St Peters
Cost: plant costs vary