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Pick a Plant

Or find picked treasures.

Located in the Historic Grand Avenue arts district in Phoenix, Arizona, Hawk Salvage features a carefully curated selection of vintage, industrial, reclaimed, antique, and one-of-a-kind finds and oddities, as well as an extensive selection of rare and unique house plants.

Hawk Salvage was founded by Greg Hawk (a.k.a. “Hawk”), a retired Phoenix Fire Department Captain and a self-proclaimed picker. What started as a hobby has turned into a lifelong passion for discovering history’s lost treasures. With a keen eye and a knack for unearthing rare gems, Hawk travels the U.S. with a truck and trailer, personally hand-selecting every item for the store. Hawk Vintage is not your typical vintage home decor store: you won’t find any chalk painted furniture, inspirational signs, or pallet wood DIY items there. From the building itself, which was previously a 1940s automotive shop, to everything inside the store, it all has a story. Hawk is happy to share them with everyone who comes through the doors.

Photo by Jacob Tyler Dunn | www.JacobTylerDunn.com

While the inventory constantly changes, items often found in the store include antique apothecary bottles, unique antique furniture (such as a pharmacy label cabinet), tintype and ambrotype photography, ephemera, postmortem items (including human skulls once used as teaching models), original artwork from the 1700s (including oil paintings, drawings, lithographs, woodcuts, and etchings), religious sculptures, repurposed industrial furniture, vintage chemistry glassware, old maps, and hard-to-find plants.

Fall Plant Swap

On Sunday, October 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Hawk Salvage will host its first-ever community Plant Swap. Attendees can mix and mingle with fellow plant lovers, learn tips and tricks from other green thumbs, and take home some new greenery to liven up a home or office space.

Participants are encouraged to bring at least one live and healthy plant or rooted cutting for trading with another plant or clipping of equal size. Hawk Salvage will have planting stations and soil available for use for a small fee, up to $10 depending upon the size of the plant. Bring your own pot or peruse the selection of unique pots and glassware available for sale at Hawk Salvage. For those looking to further expand their plant collection, the store will also have some rare, imported plants available for purchase, such as Medusa’s Head from South Africa; Gonolobus, a vining plant with edible fruit from Mexico; and several types of Pothos, Monsteras, and Philodendrons. During the event, attendees can enjoy live music, food trucks, and artist demonstrations.

Photo by Jacob Tyler Dunn | www.JacobTylerDunn.com

Hawk Salvage is located at 1109 Grand Avenue, Phoenix, AZ. For information, visit: www.hawksalvage.com.

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