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Garden Atlas

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  • Garden Atlas
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Given a green lick of paint, an old shop-house on Nang Linchee Road now looks like something torn from the pages of Kinfolk.
Garden Atlas sells mainly small plants and the pottery to store them in (from B120 for a tiny cactus and B100 for a pastel-color pot)—perfect for when you finally get around to doing up your apartment.
Make the most of your tiny space with one of the eye-catching rattan plant stands for your ferns and succulents (B1,150) or a metal wire plant supporter for your climbers (starting at B1,680). 
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Phone: 097-246-7547
Garden Atlas, Nang Linchi Rd., Bangkok, Thailand



Opening Hours:

Tue-Sat 11am-4pm

Open Since:

May, 2017
Garden Atlas



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