ST. GEORGE — When it comes to a passion for seeds and soil, “You’re either a plant person, or you’re not,” said Kayla Kline, owner of Thrive Indoor Plant in Hurricane.
Kayla Kline poses at her Thrive Indoor Plant booth at the farmers market in St. George, Utah | Photo courtesy of Kayla Kline, St. George News
For Kline, a love of plants led her to start a business from her home that offers everything from rare plants and carefree rentals to maintenance.
“I love the connecting part,” Kline said. “That’s actually why I made Thrive – I want people to thrive in their lives, thrive with connections, it’s so important for me. And we can help make your plants thrive.”
Kline said her love for plants began when she and her husband moved to the East Coast to be closer to family. Her inlaws loved plants and even had a Hoya – a tropical plant –…