Why shop with
thrive n' gro?
thrive n' gro?
From seedling to full plant, we grow our plants with love and care.
As mentioned, our plants are sourced ethically. We understand the plant community has been daunting lately and quite dangerous, thus we want to contribute to an initiative that will preserve the beauty of exotic plants.
We, at thrive n' gro, truly believe that plants are therapeutic for our well-being. Thus, we want to donate a portion of our total profit to helping mental health initiatives.
Plants are such wonderful teachers, they teach us about patience and its rewarding outcome, to find the light in the darkness, etc. We want to spread our love of plants with everyone and hope that you do the same.
Learn more about our story here!
2% of our total profits go towards not-for-profit organizations
The world is rapidly changing, which can be quite detrimental not only for us, but for plants as well. Our company promises to donate 1% to Canadian Mental Health Association and 1% to Fauna & Flora International.
our exotic plants
grown with care, love and patience
We want to make sure our plants are well-established and healthy when sent out to their new plant parents. Our plants are carefully screened frequently for any pests and are treated with the upmost care as if they were our babies.
Whether it be sourced from overseas or locally, our plants are sourced from responsible growers. This is important in preserving the tropical plant environment which are becoming endangered in their native habitats.
“Happiness is not something that you can find, acquire, or achieve directly. You have to get the conditions right and then wait. Some of those conditions are within you, such as coherence among the parts and levels of your personality. Other conditions require relationships to things beyond you: Just as plants need sun, water, and good soil to thrive, people need love, work, and a connection to something larger. It is worth striving to get the right relationships between yourself and others, between yourself and your work, and between yourself and something larger than yourself. If you get these relationships right, a sense of purpose and meaning will emerge.”
― Jonathan Haidt