Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up
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Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up at Eastown

Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up

The design firm We Came in Peace has transformed a two story loft into an avant garde garden shop for Valentine’s Day. 

 (Cole Kiburz)
Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up

The botanical items are inspired by the Queen of the Underworld, Persephone.

 (Cole Kiburz)
Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up

Plants include simple palm fronds, silver dollar eucalyptus and unusual orchids and succulents.

 (Michael Ray Wells)
Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up

Persephone’s features a winter capsule collection of live arrangements containing unusual plant varieties sourced locally throughout Southern California. 

 (Michael Ray Wells)
Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up

For the launch of Persephone’s, We Came in Peace has partnered with Los Angeles-based ceramics artist Ben Medansky on a collection of limited-edition living works starting at $150. 

 (Michael Ray Wells)
Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up

Persephone’s will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily through Feb. 15.

 (Michael Ray Wells)
Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up

Persephone’s is a temporary seasonal botanical shop created by the design group We Came in Peace in honor of Valentine’s Day. 

 (Michael Ray Wells)
Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up

Persephone’s also offers artisan chocolates from Compartes Chocolatier, home décor pieces from Not for Sale by Jonathan Pessin, a selection of literature, kaleidoscope glasses by H0les and jewelry by Bing Bang.

 (We Came in Peace)
Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up

Alternate vessels are also available, and customers may bring in their own containers for planting.

 (Cole Kiburz)
Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up

Kim Swift, left and Andrew Stevens of We Came in Peace at the opening of Persephone’s Botanical Pop-Up at Eastown in Hollywood.

 

 (Cole Kiburz)
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