Plant people of the Bangor area!

Mainely Succulents is moving their plant wares and locally-made products to a new and bigger space in Orono and they are getting ready to celebrate their move.

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This Friday, Mainely Succulents is spreading out and stretching their leaves to a bigger space on Main Street in Orono, 46 Main Street to be more exact. The Grand Opening for their new space will start at noon and go until 4 PM.

The new space is now 900 square feet and leveling up to share their plant beauties and products at ground level. Before their move, they were located around the corner on Mill Street in a basement space. They celebrated the closing of their former space in mid-August. So, now you can check out their new space at ground level! Literally, moving up in the world.

The business, of course, offers household plants but, also sells locally created and curated pieces by Maine artisans and producers. Mainely Succulents also has an eye for design and offers interior designing for your indoor space and maintenance upkeep and plant assessment for your business or home's leaved beauties, too.

You can expect their regular hours for September to run Thursday through Sunday.

Keep up-to-date with Mainely Succulents at their Facebook page and get educated and informed about plants as their posts pop up in your feed. Also, keep an eye out for upcoming events, which they offer occasionally, that's all about loving, caring for and appreciating your love of plants.

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