A variety of commercial stores selling plants and related products, restaurants and even bike rentals can look forward to more years of business activity inside the Quezon Memorial Circle (QMC) in the Elliptical Road, as the Quezon City Council has recently ratified the memorandum of agreement entered into with them by Quezon City Mayor Herbert M. Bautista.
The Quezon City government administers the QMC along Elliptical Road. The city government has allocated portions of the QMC for restaurants, food stalls and plant stalls.
The QMC at present has five restaurants, 19 kiosks, 13 food stalls, 39 plant stalls, 21 stalls from Agri-Aqua Network International Inc., (Aani) and seven others including the TEC bike rental, Pedal n Paddle Inc. and the Philippine Mango Seedling.
In 2007 the Aani group was moved from their previous location near the present day Hardin ng mga Bulaklak facing East Avenue to Philcoa—Commonwealth area. Prior to the big move by commercial plant-stall tenants from Manila Seedling Bank in 2013, the area facing the Department of Agrarian Reform was allocated in 2008 as part of QMC Plant and Pet Center.
The QC circle center was said to rival Cartimar Pet and Garden Center in Pasay.