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Pasco’s Little Plant Shop is opening a second location in the Tri-Cities


Paska A small plant shop has only been open for a year and a half, but the store has become such a hit that they’re already expanding.

Owner Jose Chavez hosted a grand opening for a second store in Richland this past weekend, where they’ll be adding some green Parkway.

He hopes to bring something new to the area while staying true to the original store.

“We are very excited to open this new location,” Chavez said. “Everything is a little different, we go with a different atmosphere. In the second store, everything is white and neutral, here it is dark green. I’m trying to make it a completely different story, even though it’s the same store.”

Popular classes will be moved to Richland, where seminar space will be dedicated. Previous workshops have included topics such as transplanting, houseplant care and even crafting Kokedama (also known as Japanese Moss Balls).

Chavez also plans to hold sales to kick off the holiday shopping season and Small Business Saturday.

They get new plants every week, and regularly posts on your Facebook page on updating stocks.

“We’ve seen how much people love our Pasco location, we just want them to see everything we’ve done here,” he said.

Chavez hopes shoppers will stop by and check out the new location. They are located at 709 The Parkway, next to Peacock Roasting Company and near Frost Me Sweet.

They carry everything from common houseplants to rare varieties, as well as planters and pots. The Little Plant Shop also offers consultations for homes and offices.

“You can expect the best plants in the Tri-Cities, the best customer service you can get, and plants, plants and more plants,” he said.

Pasco The Little Plant Shop is located at 3315 W. Court St. in the Goodwill Shopping Center.

He expects both locations to have the same hours Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., but may adjust Richland’s hours later depending on customers.

For more information visit littleplantshoptc.com.

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Corey is an award-winning investigative journalist. He joined the Tri-City Herald in December 2021 as an editor/reporter covering housing and development issues. His past work can be found in the Tyler Morning Telegraph and other Texas newspapers. He was a 2019-20 Education Writers Association Fellow and has been featured on The Murder Tapes, Grave Mysteries and Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen.

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