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General News / July 29, 2021

There’s a plant pop-up happening in Harold’s Cross this weekend

Clay studio harold's cross @clayplants
General News / July 29, 2021

There’s a plant pop-up happening in Harold’s Cross this weekend

Words: Emily Mullen

Clay will be opening up their studio from July 31st to August 1st

One of the city’s premiere plant retailers will be launching their first popup store from July 31st to August 1st.

Clay have been operating online since launching in 2020, have been supplying Dublin with a curated range of indoor plants, designer pots, and accessories.

The team are now opening their studio in Harold’s Cross to the public for the first time, the team have transformed the space into “an experiential Jungle” for the occasion which will allow customers to drop by and browse through our range of plants, pots and accessories. 

Clay will be launching new products, free gifts with purchases and a repotting facility as part of the popup.

You can find the Clay Studio Pop-Up Shop on Harold’s Cross’s Mill studios, for more information visit their Instagram account.

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