The shop isn't on a main strip, in fact it's actual entrance is located at the back of an alley in Brooklyn. While some would consider it a hipster vibe, with concrete, glass, and grey bricks it really had more to do with being cheap when she first arrived in the city. What little aesthetic the space had was quickly covered with overgrowing plants, that crowd the walls and tables and walkways. Stepping into the shop one is greeted with a thick jungle like feel as moisture is heavy in the air and its kept at optimal temperatures. The smell of vibrant greenery is inescapable.
A small sign reads: Do not touch plants. Many will harm you. :)
The shop is open 5 days a week, closed on Friday and Saturday.