Whether tackling a large-scale landscaping project, or just looking for some greenery to spruce up the interior of your home, you can still shop for plants and flowers locally. Making things easier is knowing what each nursery or shop specializes in. From succulents to azaleas, find the right resource for you. Here are our favorite places to shop for plants around Charlotte:


The team behind Nectar is known for gorgeous bouquets and events at the McGill Rose Garden, but did you know you can also purchase houseplants? In 2017, Nectar opened a studio at 910 Pecan Ave. where customers can drop in to place orders, or shop their selection of plants and flowers. 

Oakdale Greenhouses

Oakdale Greenhouses has over 20,000-square-feet of space filled with a variety of houseplants, tropical plants, succulents, and decorative planters. Customers can also find a variety of landscaping and waterscaping plants like trees, shrubs, and aquatic plants. In addition, Oakdale Greenhouses offers plant rentals for special events. 

Malone’s Nursery

If you’re looking for something a little harder to kill, take a look at Malone’s Nursery where they specialize in succulents. In addition to succulents, you’ll find air plants, cacti, carnivorous plants, and bonsai. Better yet, Malone’s delivers on orders over $100 and also hosts a variety of workshops. 

Rountree Plantation

Rountree Plantation is family-owned and operated and has been in business since 1980. The full-service garden center is available to the public and also has a commercial department for landscaping and lawn maintenance industries in North and South Carolina. The garden center specializes in blooming and foliar annuals like azaleas, begonias, and gerbera daisies. 

The Cactus Club

The Cactus Club started as a mobile cactus bus that popped up around town, but now the popular mobile nursery has a storefront as part of Charlotte Collective on Central Avenue. Aside from cacti, at The Cactus Club you can find tropical houseplants, and they offer services like plant styling and plant sourcing.