st. George — When it comes to your passion for seeds and soil, “You Either you’re a plant person or you’re not,” said Kayla Klein, owner of Hurricane’s Thrive Indoor Plants.
Out of her love for plants, Ms. Klein started a business from her home that offers everything from rare plants and carefree rentals to maintenance.
“I love the connection part,” said Klein. “That’s why I created Thrive. I want people to thrive in their lives and to be connected and thrive. That’s very important to me. And We can help your plants thrive.
Klein said her love of plants began when she and her husband moved to the East Coast to be closer to their family. rice field. tropical Plant – It has been in the family for generations. The family’s botanical hobby inspired her to learn more and led to her own collection of rare plants. I noticed that there is no place.
“If you’re into the botanical hobby, the closest place to find something unusual is California,” she said. So I thought, ‘Why do you do that when you can grow it here?'”
Most mother stocks are imported from abroad, but mother stocks are purchased locally or within the United States, Kline said. After breeding these mother plants, she has her own, each producing an additional mother plant. Her love of the hobby turned into a business that was officially launched two years ago. rice field.
She had to start and stop her business three times due to pregnancy diseases for all three children she conceived in four years. Her husband helps out when he can, but most of the time she runs the business on her own.
“We’re rolling, rolling, making all these shipments, everything’s going crazy, and all of a sudden I’m sick again, dead on the couch, all the plants wither. “Then I have to reboot….that was insane.
Now that she’s completed a family, Klein said she’s excited to move the plant business forward. It is to secure a space to hold a wedding ceremony in.
“I’m really looking forward to taking off from here,” she said. “I hope it becomes this big place where people come, buy plants, take them home, have them delivered, and really create a sense of community.”
Klein has also started his own Facebook group. Southern Utah Indoor Plant Group, has grown to about 1,000 members. She said the group organizes various events such as factory exchanges, which are the first of its kind in the area.
“It’s about joining the plant community and making this all one big happy family,” she said of the group. It’s something we really lacked in this area.”
Thrive Indoor Plants can be seen at the St. George Downtown Farmers Market on Saturday and at the Mod Market on November 12th. Their plants are sold at the Intermountain St. George Regional Hospital gift shop, Parks Coffee in Washington, and Red Canyon. Company during a hurricane.
“We’re a plant all-in-one shot, and that’s what we’re trying to do,” Klein said. .”
Thrive Indoor Plants offers rare and exotic plants that are sold locally and shipped nationwide from Alaska to Hawaii. Rare plants include alba monstera, florida beauty, and philodendron, priced at $50-$100 for leaves and nodes. Exotic plants are very versatile, with foliage fringed or patterned in a second color, and complete plants start at around $700.
In addition to purchasing plants for individuals, we offer a variety of services such as plant rentals that can be used for special events such as weddings. In addition to plant party and wedding favors, plants for companies that want to have plants with unmanned maintenance are also available.
“The ratio of lighting to plants to water is the tricky part that people really struggle with, so we opened up the maintenance side,” says Klein. “We will supply the plants and set them up for you. Don’t you want to take care of them? That’s good. No worries, just have fun.”
For more information on Thrive Indoor Plants, visit please visit their website or find them Facebook When Instagram.
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