Which Plant Should You Get? Here Are The Different Kinds Of Plants You Can Buy At Greenhouse At Village Square Alabang

The Village Square Alabang

July 26, 2021

The plant craze is far from over and it looks like it’s here to stay as more and more people realize the mental and emotional benefits of gardening. Whether you’re a plant novice or a plant expert looking to grow your collection, you’d be glad to know that there is a one-stop shop that carries all your gardening needs. Greenhouse at Village Square Alabang covers a wide variety of plants fit for every lifestyle, budget, and expertise.

Here’s a sneak-peek of the different kinds of plants you can find at the first and only plant sanctuary mall in the country:


Succulents are known for being low-maintenance because of their ability to survive with low moisture. Characterized by swollen leaves, pads, or stems, these plants are a good match for newbies to the gardening craze.


You can buy your first succulent at Mer & Liz Garden (G/F) and La Floreria (G/F)



Cactus plants are also considered succulents because they retain moisture well. They are well-loved houseplants despite their thorny appearance because they need less maintenance: after all, you don’t need to water them often. 

Cactus plants come in every color, shape and size! Get these at the Flower Market (G/F)



Ornamental Plants

For those who have abundant yards, you can beautify your patio or outdoor space with ornamental plants. Spruce up your garden with towering plants and colorful flowers that thrive in direct sunlight. As a bonus, you can also consult with landscape experts at the Greenhouse.

Eper’s Garden (2/F) has a variety of plants in all sizes

Gardens by Shirley Sanders (G/F) also offers topnotch landscaping services.


Indoor Plants

Living in a condo unit with limited space? Your plant-parent dreams are not a lost cause as there are plants that could thrive with less sunlight and less water. Yes, some greens literally thrive in neglect. Some indoor plants that may be familiar to most are pothos, which can be grown in water or in dry soil, and snake plants.

Ngeph’s Green Thumb (G/F) offers varieties of snake plants and other indoor plants


Rare Plants

Can’t get enough of your plants? Step up your plantita gaming by collecting rare and exotic plants. They may be pricey but they’ll surely level up your well-curated plant collection.

If you’re looking for a premium gardening experience, look no further as Arid and Aroids (G/F) is a well-known supplier of rare and exotic plants.

Vegetables and Herbs

Wouldn’t it be nice if you can grow your own tomatoes and bell peppers at home? While it’s difficult to have a space to grow vegetables when living in the city, urban gardening is a new concept that aims to promote sustainable living and food security.

Kickstart your gardening with starter kits from Luntian Plant Boutique (G/F).

Kickstart your gardening with starter kits from Luntian Plant Boutique (G/F).

Berde Garden Center (G/F) also has grown herbs, such as mint and oregano, which you can repot.



A pop of color is always a welcome addition to a beautiful garden filled with greens. If you’re finding it hard to grow flowers, you can also buy cuts to fill your room with color.


Get these bright blooms at Lolita Pacio Garden (G/F)

Mer & Liz (G/F) also has different flowers from orchids to roses, stargazers and callalilies.


Do you tend to overwater your plant? Don’t give up on gardening just yet. Maybe you’re meant to grow plants… in water? Aquascaping, or underwater gardening, is the craft of aesthetically arranging aquatic plants, rocks, stones and other natural elements.

To kickstart this particularly interesting hobby, you might want to visit La Floreria (2/F), which offers aquascape materials and workshops.

Greenhouse at Village Square Alabang is located at Concha Cruz Drive, corner Alabang–Zapote Road, Almanza Uno, Las Piñas, Metro Manila. It is open from 10 am to 8 pm. For the latest updates, follow Megaworld Lifestyle Malls on Facebook and Instagram or call MEGAN for your delivery needs at 8-462-8888.