It is what it is – a weekend project

We share that experience in
every Weekend Projects Store.

It is growing a tiny cactus and watching it grow, and adapt, and blossom, and deliver baby cacti. It is watching a rare beauty courageously emerging from the driest of soil and overcoming adversity. It is picking fresh herbs and making real tea, and getting carried away by its therapeutic aroma. It is living simply, enjoying little things. It is collecting memories, drawing and writing poems; it is speaking kind words, starting each day with a prayer, riding on a bicycle, dancing in the rain, making family rules, kitchen rules, and bath rules. It is finding love, and finding home.

Through these little things, we were able to form friendships with  people from different places. It is our joy to share our knowledge and grow into a big community of succulent-loving people. It is not only about getting to know others, but as well as building oneself by a test of character. Though taking care of them does not need a large amount of time, the benefits and impact from which are ever-lasting. Unknowingly, it’s not just these plants that we are taking care of but also ourselves. Together, we grow side by side to becoming the best versions of ourselves.

 

Through these little things, we were able to form friendships with people from different places. It is our joy to share our knowledge and grow into a big community of succulent-loving people. It is not only about getting to know others, but as well as building oneself by a test of character.

Though taking care of them does not need a large amount of time, the benefits and impact from which are ever-lasting. Unknowingly, it’s not just these plants that we are taking care of but also ourselves. Together, we grow side by side to becoming the best versions of ourselves.

10% of purchase price is donated to Community Legal Help (Philippines) and shelter of stray dogs and cats

fellow living creatures

Despite their low-maintenance nature, cacti and succulents still require tender love and care. There’s no need to fret here at TWP — _____ people and _____ furry friends are looking after them!

showcases of beauty

Cacti and succulents can be shy-types as they can stay indoors and still grow on their own for long periods of time. What better way to showoff their beauty to others than through bazaars and exhibits?

committed adopters

We see a potential buyer as less of a customer and more of a future parent to our cacti and succulents. Securing one of these little things can be likened to our so-called little bundles of joys.

years of dedicated work

It is what it is – a weekend project where we devote our time and passion for something fulfilling. Seeing both our cacti and succulents together with their parents makes it even more worthwhile.