Jordan’s Jungle where the hard-to-find grow

LABOR OF LOVE: Jordan Ford, left, and Darin Wildenstein are co-owners of Jordan’s Jungle, a plant store and nursery occupying 4,000 square feet in a former jewelry plant in Pawtucket. 
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
LABOR OF LOVE: Jordan Ford, left, and Darin Wildenstein are co-owners of Jordan’s Jungle, a plant store and nursery occupying 4,000 square feet in a former jewelry plant in Pawtucket. 
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
A business of 5,000 plants, aptly named Jordan’s Jungle, began with a single orchid. Located in a Pawtucket mill, the business is popular with clients who collect houseplants and enjoy learning how to grow exotic varieties. Millennials are among its largest supporters. They often pose for photos surrounded by the greenery and tag their purchases…

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