Seed to Stem
If you live in the Metrowest, Western Mass area and haven’t made a trip to Green St. in Worcester I’m telling you now, DO IT. Besides housing the new location of Seed to Stem, whom I’ve blogged about before at their old location (here) there’s also the incredible antique shop Crompton Collective downstairs and Birch Tree Bread Company upstairs (who I’ve also raved about.)
I was blown away by the interior of the new Seed to Stem location, it’s enchanting. You feel like you’re visiting a museum but everything is for sale. There’s exponential variety hidden in this gem, it’s not just crystals and plants. Home decor, candles, books, beauty product, jewelry – it’s a wonderland. We ended up leaving with three things, a botanist poster on succulents, a fern who we named Fern J. Williams (I’m not sure why) and a clay pot.
This is a business that knows who they are. Seed to Stem is unique and caters to a particular style and aesthetic, it’s difficult to find a place with so much individuality nowadays. If you find yourself on this side of town, make From Seed to Stem and the shops on Green St. a destination. XX EM
PS. I did in fact order the same thing when I blogged about Birch Tree Bread company the first time, they’re my go to’s, except now they have Kombucha on tap and it made my day.