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Peter Chin @ Amcorp Mall

Amcorp Mall was quite crowded when I was there one Sunday. The mall hosts a flea market that runs on weekends with dozens of part-time vendors selling a variety of items.

There are two stalls retailing small potted plants, one of which is owned by Peter Chin. He sells bonsai and potted plants and his stall is opened from 10.00am to 6.00pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

Plant Variety Rating: 3 | There are a number of popular herbs, ferns and flower plants in pots being sold.

The flower plants and ferns that are available include begonia rose, hibiscus, petunia, gerbera daisy, euphorbia mili, anthurium, orchid, cleodendrum, platycodon, mona lavender, rose, crysanthemum, alocasia and kalanchoe.

I also noticed a variety of herbs like mas cotek, rosemary, basil, dill, sage, mint and thyme.

Plant Condition Rating: 4 | Most of the plants are in reasonably good condition.

Layout Rating: N/A | All the plants are placed on a table as well as on the floor.

Besides Peter's stall, there is also another plant retailer at this flea market, located on the second floor. Click here for direction to Amcorp Mall.


Peter Chin
1st Floor Amcorp Mall
18 Persiaran Barat
46000 Petaling Jaya
Mobile: 6019-663 6863
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Anonymous said...

The plants in this garden center look so healthy, at their peak.

J.C. said...

I have bought some plants & herbs from Peter. He is very generous with his knowledge of caring and maintenance of the plants.

Stephanie said...

That's great JC :-D I love watering my rosemary and mint. They releases scent that are really refreshing.

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