Add Green to Your Home with Jasmin Quintin

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Jasmin Quintin’s store on Etsy talks about a quote of Audrey Hepburn’s “To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow”. This quote is one of my favorite sayings, and it always reminds me of the beautiful mountain area of Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Jasmin’s store on Etsy, Jquinsucculents, is a safe haven for people who love plants and see how great they can make you feel.
Shipping within the US, Jasmin is making sure that every woman (and man) could have this small addition to their home, whether it’s to an empty cold desk or to a warm and crowded garden.

One of the things I love about this store, and to be honest- love about Etsy all together, is the fact that there’s a story behind Jasmin’s Succulents

This Etsy shop has humble beginnings: I first started to grow succulents as a hobby and it turned into passion and ended up helping me pay the bills while I worked through nursing school! I spent a few years as a nurse assistant and enjoyed it immensely, but my true passion has always been for plants. I’ve decided I want to pursue my dream of a succulent shop, and despite naysayers and others believing it won’t be enough, deep down I know that my green thumb is the greatest gift and treasure I could ever receive. My plants and I will be successful, together.

Succulent planter

For those of you planning a wedding or a big celebration- Jasmin invites you to contact her on Etsy and ask her about creating a special listing for you for table center pieces or wedding favors.. It’s worth it to FAV her store to stay up to date- as there will be a lot of wedding listings pretty soon!

If you love Jasmin’s story as much as I do, or if you simply love succulents- you should definitely follow her and her succulents on social media : Facebook | Instagram.
After sharing her 9 best photos of 2017 on Instagram- I can’t wait to see what Jasmin will do this year!

See more on Jasmin’s Succulents heaven on Etsy!

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