For months council bosses have called for owners to weed out the plants from gutters, repair pipework and properly maintain their business premises.
Causeyside Street babywear retailer Laura Morrow organised a clean-up of the building's facade.
It comes as the leader of Renfrew-shire Council emphasised the importance of traders– who own 90% of the buildings in Paisley town centre – keeping up repairs and maintenance to make the centre attractive to shoppers and investors.
That message was acted on by Laura, owner of the recently- opened Casa Bebe shop which sells nursery furniture and baby accessories.
Before she opened her new business in the town, Laura organised a refurbishment of the shop exterior.
That involved cleaning out gutters and installing new downpipes as well as installing a new shop front.
Laura said: "It's just as important that the outside of the shop is as appealing as the inside. It's important store and property owners realise we're all in this together.
"If the shopping areas of the town are well maintained that will attract shoppers and benefit our businesses."
Mrs Morrow believes that the reaction from the public to her new store also proves Paisley is a great place to do business.
"My store is a bit different. Everything is imported from Spain – the shop name means Baby and Home – and we sell everything from imported high end niche products to items priced in the something- for-everyone category.
"Some people wondered if I might be better opening this type of store in Glasgow but as a Paisley Buddie I was determined to start here.
"I have been delighted by the response."
Renfrewshire Council chief Mark Macmillan said of her move: "The commitment and innovation shown is exactly the approach we want.
"Not only is the store offering products not available locally before, the owner has inves- ted in exterior improvements which benefit the appearance of the surrounding area.
"I hope other businesses follow that example for the good of the town centre as a whole."