Green Centrale promotes greener lifestyle by making plants available online

Green Centrale promotes greener lifestyle by making plants available online 

Gardening, whether in an urban or rural setting, is the way to go nowadays. There is indeed no harm in flexing that green thumb. 

It is undeniable that the shift to a greener lifestyle is one positive effect of the pandemic. Given the increasing demand for plants, Green Centrale, a plant retail store that started as an online shop, has found a way to reach more customers. 

With community quarantine paving the way for many to discover new hobbies and interests, a lot of people have joined the plant craze.

It is undeniable that the shift to a greener lifestyle is one positive effect of the pandemic. Given the increasing demand for plants, Green Centrale, a plant retail store that started as an online shop, has found a way to reach more customers.

From its humble plant nursery in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, Green Centrale has reached more homes and gardens.

Green Centrale, formed under Greenscapes Plus Philippines Inc., an established landscaping company incorporated in 2009, conceptualizes, designs, and implements landscaping projects and provides technical support as well as tree care management.

In 2015, Greenscapes was able to secure the business of the country’s leading real estate developer Vista Land and its various companies, namely: Brittany, Crown Asia, Camella, Lumina, and its condominium brands, Vista Residences and COHO. Greenscapes is also the landscape developer of the Villar Group’s premium commercial centers—Vista Malls, Evia Lifestyle Center in Vista Alabang, and NOMO – A Vista Lifestyle Center in Bacoor City.

Greenscapes has professional horticulturists, foresters, and skilled workers equipped with adequate knowledge in tree care and landscaping operations. Green Centrale’s affiliation to Greenscapes ensures that everything Green Centrale offers are cultivated responsibly by professionals who are experts in their field.

Going beyond just selling plants, Green Centrale advocates for proper knowledge and care of plants among its clients. Green Centrale shares plant care tips regularly on its social media accounts to help guide customers in their journey toward becoming successful plant parents. Together, Green Centrale and Greenscapes work toward improving environmental awareness, education, and stewardship among new plant parents.

The wide variety of plants that Green Centrale sells includes indoor plants, outdoor plants, air plants, and hanging plants. It als offers various products related to gardening and plant care such as plant racks and a variety of pots which include decorative pots that are hand painted by their in-house artists. They also put together gift baskets that are meticulously curated to ensure that every aspiring plant parent is sufficiently provided with their plant care needs especially during this pandemic.

With the holiday season just around the corner, Green Centrale is getting ready to offer special products such as Capiz pots, Christmas tree shelves, and even Poinsettias—a premium collection that is perfect for gifting. Apart from this, customers can look forward to an extensive collection of succulents and herbs.

Aspiring plant parents can check out Green Centrale’s plant selection online. Visit them on Facebook and on Instagram @greencentraleph. For those who prefer to physically see their products, they currently have pop-up stores at AllHome Evia, AllHome Nomo & Vista Mall Sta Rosa.

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