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Plantes Pour Tous

Shelves full of a variety of green plants
Photo via Facebook, Plantes Pour Tous

Plantes Pour Tous

Eco-Conscious & Budget-Friendly Plant Store in Paris


131 Rue Ordener, 75018 Paris

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With its wide selection of affordable plants and welcoming atmosphere, shopping at Plantes Pour Tous is one of my favorite ways to spend an afternoon amidst greenery.

As someone who loves to be surrounded by houseplants, it was one of the first things on my list when I moved to Paris. And while they can be ridiculously expensive, Plantes Pour Tous offers the right mix of affordable and environmentally-conscious.

The Brand

Pastel yellow and green façade of the Plantes Pour Tous store
Photo via Facebook, Plantes Pour Tous

Plantes Pour Tous two friends who met while studying landscape architecture, Léo and Julien. They noticed how hard it was for city dwellers to find affordable greenery since plants were expensive in town and most nurseries were out far in the suburbs.

And so, they started Plantes Pour Tous to make it easier for urbanites to bring more plants into their homes.

Their Paris Plant Shops

The business has four Paris boutiques where you can browse and buy plants. My personal favorite is their original jardinerie at Rue Jean Poulmarch, in the 10th Arrondissement. As soon as you enter the store, you’re immediately wrapped up in a wave of greenery. 

Store entrance with various green plants on low white stands of different heights
Photo via Facebook, Plantes Pour Tous

With shelves lined with plants from floor to ceiling, their stores are also extremely well organized. Their plants are divided by species and helpful labels tell you which plants thrive under well-lit conditions, and which ones are hearty enough to survive even in the shadows.

Each plant comes with its own plant passport too to tell you how to take care of the plant. 

The nursery also has a rotating selection of rare plants. So, if you’re an exotic plant connoisseur or collector, it’s worth keeping an eye out for these ephemeral collections.

Houseplant section of Paris garden shop with plants and sign reading Plants d'intérieur
Photo via Facebook, Plantes Pour Tous

And in case you were wondering, Plantes Pour Tous doesn’t only sell plants though. The shop also offers a selection of pots, soil, fertilizer, and most anything else you might need for a small home garden. 

So whether you’re seeking to beautify your living space, purify the air, or simply add a touch of green to your day, Plantes Pour Tous is the perfect place to browse when looking for a way to bring nature into your home.

The fact that it’s so affordable is an extra cherry on top.

I must confess that now I have so many plants, I can’t spare any more room for new ones! But I still love to visit Plantes Pour Tous and spend time in the company of plants, even when I can’t buy them. 

4 Paris Plantes Pour Tous Locations

  • Bastille: 25 Rue de la Roquette, 75011 Paris
  • Beaugrenelle: 71 Avenue Emile Zola, 75015 Paris
  • Jules Joffrin: 131 Rue Ordener, 75018 Paris 
  • République: 13 Rue Jean Poulmarch, 75010 Paris

Don’t Live in Paris? Pas de problème!

Plantes Pour Tous regularly hosts special sales and events all around France. Just subscribe to their newsletter or follow them on social media to find out where they’ll be when!

I’ve been to a few of these events while in the South of France, but sadly, I have to say the variety and quantity of plants at these events pale in comparison to shopping at one of their stores in Paris. But the value for money remains unbeatable.

I highly recommend their dried flower sales. They usually have a gorgeous assortment and some great deals to be scored.

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