Ever since the pandemic has started, more and more people from around the globe, especially Filipinos, have grown interest in taking care of plants or growing a garden. In our country we even now dub plant lovers as “plantitos” or “plantitas”.
Caring for plants or gardening has many benefits. It can become a new hobby for you and your family, a stress reliever, and even a source of fresh and healthy food. So if you feel like plants are already calling out your name to join in the trend, better give it a try.
For those of you who are yet to join the craze, there are several places here in Baguio City where you can buy different kinds of plants. Listed below are some of the locations that you may visit.
Where to Buy Plants in Baguio?
Stalls at Mines View Park
Mines View Park is among the most well-known parks in the City of Baguio since it has a view deck where you can watch a stunning sunrise unfold, but there are also more to it than magnificent views. Stalls that offers plants, especially succulents, may also be found at this location.
Baguio Public Market
Other than vegetables, fruits, and an array of local products and pasalubong, you may also find some stalls beside the Baguio City Public Market that sells plants. Usually, these stalls are located under the stairs of an overpass.
Stalls at Wright Park
Wright Park is known for activities such as horseback riding but this place has more to offer. There are also stalls at the Wright Park wherein you can buy a variety of plants. Going to this park is pretty similar to how you get to The Mansion since it is just a few steps away from The Mansion.
If you’re looking for a place that offers a wide variety of plants, including orchids, succulents, herbs and more, the Orchidarium near Burnham Park might just be the place for you.
Note: When visiting these places, make sure to always follow precautionary measures like wearing facemask properly, faceshield, and follow one-meter social distancing.
For more News and Updates
See more news and updates like this one by exploring our Baguio City Guide website and by liking and following our official Baguio City Guide Facebook page. You may also catch a variety of video content by subscribing to our official Baguio City Guide YouTube channel.