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You Can Go On A Succulent Safari At This Breathtaking Greenhouse In Dallas

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You Can Go On A Succulent Safari At This Breathtaking Greenhouse In Dallas

Greenhouses are incredibly beautiful but not all of them have both amazing plants and amazing views of downtown Dallas. Ruibal's Plants of Texas is a greenhouse in Dallas that will give you just that and so much more. The gorgeous greenhouse has so many amazing types of plants that you might get a little lost in all the green. 

The greenhouse has over 50 different types of plants waiting to be discovered. You'll find everything from Agave Americana to Crossandra. You can also get a few new pots while you're there and most of them are handmade. All of their plants are delivered daily and you can even have some delivered to your door. While having amazingly beautiful plants delivered to your door is amazing, you wouldn't want to miss the views from the store. You'll be able to have a magical view of downtown while picking out some of your favorite green things to add to your garden. The place is so beautiful that it's actually a great spot to have a mini photoshoot.

Plants at this wonderful shop vary in price but you can get this as low as $5. You can even rent out plants of special occasions without having to worry about taking care of them long term.

The shop is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day of the week, so you'll have plenty of time to stop by pick up some wonderful plants and take a few pics too.

Ruibal's Plants of Texas is located at 601 S Pearl Expy, Dallas, TX 75201. For more information on this beautiful greenhouse, you can visit their website here.  

If you love exploring amazing gardens, you can also check out the Dallas Arboretum on their Dollar Days.

Ruibal's Plants of Texas

Price: Free

Address: 601 S Pearl Expy, Dallas, TX 75201

Why You Need To Go: This greenhouse has an amazing view of downtown Dallas as well as over 50 types of plants you can take home.

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