Hi There! I’m Saffron. With over 500 indoor plants, I’ve found my passion in life and I want to share that happiness with as many people as possible.
I could talk about plants all day long! I love learning about them and it’s probably one of the only things I’m truly passionate about. Watching a leaf unfurl, trying to propagate something, or even recently cross-pollinating species, there’s always something new to learn or observe.
I’ve also made so many friends in this space and absolutely love the plant community. Which is one of the reasons why I started #saffronsgardenplantclub.
With a passion for expanding that community, I started Saffron’s Garden Plant Club – a subscription-based service that surprises members with a new plant and plant-related gift each month.
South Africa is home to many plant lovers and entrepreneurs and I’m always happy to make new friends, if you have any questions or just want to reach out, I’d love to hear from you.
Classic & Collectors Plant Club Boxes:
Plant Club is a collection of epic subscription services that deliver a surprise plant and plant-related gift to your door each month! Themes, teasers and community are what it’s all about.
Plant Club Classic Subscription
R520 (1st of each month)
Plant Club Collectors Subscription
R1200 (1st of each month)
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