La Lydia Curated Plant Shop at Brass Tacks
Monday - Sunday 612 Live Oak
September 3rd & 17th • Rice Village Farmers Market
9 AM -1 PM
2504 Amherst St.
September 6th & 20th • Smith St Farmers Market
10:30 AM -1:30 PM
Allen Center: 1200 Smith St.
September 13th & 27th • McKinney St. Farmers Market
10:30AM -1:30 PM
Houston Center: 1221 McKinney St.
September 16th • Discovery Green park flea by night
6:00 PM -10:00 PM
1500 McKinney St.
September 27th • Understory
10 AM -1 PM
800 Capitol St.
LA LYDIA garden BOUtique llc
Welcome Plant Friends!
La Lydia Garden Boutique LLC is a company that’s on a mission to put a A PLANT IN EVERY HOME® and make plants accessible for all. We understand that plants are good for our homes as well as our planet and that bringing nature inside can improve your overall health and wellbeing.
Let us help you live better with plants through our innovative Plant Shops, Workshops, Plants & People Services and Community Outreach Programs listed below.
Shop In-Person: Our neighborhood plant shop is located inside Brass Tacks. Brass Tacks is Houston’s go to for delicious coffee, yummy eats, and one of the best work spaces in east of downtown (EaDo) Houston. Do all the above and shop for houseplants all in the same space.
Please click on 'Shop In Person' link to find out more about our Curated Plant Shops located throughout Houston.
Petal On Bikes: An urban flower and plant shop on two and sometimes four wheels. Petals On Bikes uses eco-friendly pedal power to bring house plants, succulents and flowers to urban dwellers in downtown and EaDo Houston. We provide condos and townhome dwellers a unique opportunity – the ease of buying beautiful items from nature at their front door.
A PLANT IN EVERY HOME® Non-Profit: We are just getting started plant friend! Stay tune as we make plants accessible to everyone, specifically in underserved communities.
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Real Plants for Real People. That’s what we offer. That’s who we are.
La Lydia Garden Boutique
La Lydia is a unique, local garden boutique whose mission is a plant in every home. We believe that
every home needs and deserves a bit of nature’s beauty. Plants help us sleep, breathe and feel better. We offer house plants, plant pots made by local artisans, plants potted in vintage, re-purposed, and new-again planters, small space gardening, planting workshops & parties, farm flowers, and more!
We are committed to offering hope and inspiration through our plant pottery focused on social issues such as body positivity, breast cancer, and more. We delight in creating plant pots that inspire you to think and act on issues like civil rights for people of color and climate change. We thank you for joining us as we strive to Make America Green Again and help people create happier, and healthier lives!
Special Events & Services:
● Our Planting Parties, Succulent Bars, and Flower Crown Bars give those who appreciate nature and beauty a chance to personally engage their creativity, to step away from the craziness of life and the hum of technology, and just breathe and have fun!
● Need help planting and maintaining your indoor and outdoor plants? We can do that, too. Tell us what you need, and we will do our best to make it happen.
“Angela is an artist! The way she is able to transform items and give life to them with plants is truly magical. Beyond her talent, her spirit and smile will brighten your day.”
— JESSICA L.
SUCCULENT WORKSHOP CUSTOMER
“Ms. Angie has amazing work! I purchased an adorable mini succulent in a Santa Clause mug from her. Great price, and she provided care instructions. The rest of her collection contains unique and creative plantings! I will definitely be back.”
— SKYLAR J.
HEIGHTS MORNING MARKET CUSTOMER
P R E S S
Hi, I am Angela Harris Cannizzo owner of all things La Lydia!
Where creating a lifestyle that promotes beauty and harmony through nature, garden gifts and eco-nigh living is my PASSION!
My desire to live in a space of beauty and harmony was developed from an early age. I was raised in the country and lived on a hill in a white Jim Walter house that overlooked a large valley, and depending on the season, I grew corn, okra and peas. Across the valley on another hill lived my grandmother, better known as Madea and she raised chickens and other animals. It was a simple life full of country living and outdoor discovery. No trips to the mall, the movie theater or playing video games. Playtime was nature time and I loved it! Imagine eating off the land, chasing fireflies and sitting round a pot belly stove eating sweet potato pie. It’s those memories that helped me to become the creative gal I am today.