We started off this weekend the exact same way we did the last: toasted coconut pancakes and cold brew. Afterwards, we quickly got ready and hopped in the car to take advantage of the sunny but slightly overcast lighting. We snapped a few photos, scoped a few new sites, and stopped in at Lola’s for a mid-morning pick me up.

All of this was in anticipation for the opening of a place we’d been excited to check out for a while now: Pueblo. A smaller, more curated nursery, Pueblo is home to some of the most beautiful and well-loved indoor and outdoor plants in the Valley.

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The shop is a true dream, and the staff are super welcoming and helpful. We discussed with them a gnat problem we’ve been experiencing with our Split Leaf Philodendron, and we left armed with tools and knowledge on how to best go about solving it. We also picked up a couple of deliciously aromatic Palo Santo sticks to burn at home.

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While we didn’t purchase any plants this time (we want to make sure to solve our current problem before bringing new plant babies into our home), we already can’t wait to go back and pick out some wonderfully cared for greens to add to our home nursery. Go check them out, and while you’re at it, cross the street for some tacos at Gallo Blanco!

Posted by:wearethelumpkins

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